• Welcome to Consumer Law
     
    This 9 week .5 credit course (#5660) presents the principles of law that govern the activities of individuals and business.  Students will learn the legal rights of consumers, as well as the legal obligations of businesses.  Topics include:  criminal and civil law, contract law, employment rights and duties, and consumer protection.   There will be guest speakers from the Bucks County Bar Association and our local police departments.
     
    TEAMS Meeting Link:       Join Microsoft Teams Meeting
     
    Monday (May 25th, 2020) - NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day Holiday
     
    Consumer Law - 1st Block
     
    • Overview: 
    • Estimated Time
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    • Tasks:
      • Email Mr. R. your completed 
        Email Mr. R. your completed 
    • Links/Activities:
      • Textbook - pages 114 - 124
      • In Canvas - Chapter 8 Module - 
    • Method of Communication:
      • Via E-mail
     
    Wednesday (May 27th, 2020)
     
    Consumer Law - 1st Block
    • Overview:  Chapter  18 - Legal Consideration in Marriage and Divorce - Page 262-274
    • Estimated Time
      • 30 minutes review of pages 262-267 & Review Chapter 18 - Premarital Relationships, The Marital Contract, How Do You Get Married, Duties and Rights of Wives and Husbands & 30 minutes to complete Chapter 18 - Notetaker 
    • Explanation:
      • Students will be able to discuss how the law affects premarital and marital relationships.
      • Students will be able to explain the uses of prenuptial agreements.
      • Students will able to name the rights and duties  of husbands and wives.
      • Students will be able to discuss ways other than divorce by which marriages can end.
      • Students will be able to identify grounds for a traditional and a no-fault divorce.
      • Students will be able to name topics usually covered in a separation agreement.


    • Tasks:
      • Email Mr. R. your completed Chapter 18 - Notetaker 
    • Links/Activities:
      • Textbook - pages 262 - 274
      • In Canvas - Chapter 8 Module - Chapter 18 Notetaker 
    • Method of Communication:
      • Via E-mail
     
    Monday (June 1st, 2020)
     
    Consumer Law - 1st Block
    • Overview:  Chapter  18 - Legal Consideration in Marriage and Divorce - Page 262-274
    • Estimated Time
      • 30 minutes review of pages 269-274 & Review Chapter 18 - Ending Marriages Legally, Marriage Ended By Divorce, & 30 minutes to complete Chapter 18 - Common-Law Questions
    • Explanation:
      • Students will be able to discuss how the law affects premarital and marital relationships.
      • Students will be able to explain the uses of prenuptial agreements.
      • Students will able to name the rights and duties  of husbands and wives.
      • Students will be able to discuss ways other than divorce by which marriages can end.
      • Students will be able to identify grounds for a traditional and a no-fault divorce.
      • Students will be able to name topics usually covered in a separation agreement.


    • Tasks:
      • Email Mr. R. your completed Chapter 18 - Common-Law Questions
    • Links/Activities:
      • Textbook - pages 262 - 274
      • In Canvas - Chapter 18 Module - Chapter 18 - Common-Law Questions
    • Method of Communication:
      • Via E-mail

    Wednesday (June 3rd, 2020)

    Consumer Law - 1st Block
    • Overview:  Chapter  18 - Legal Consideration in Marriage and Divorce - Page 262-274
    • Estimated Time
      • 30 minutes review of pages 269-274 & Review Chapter 18 - Ending Marriages Legally, Marriage Ended By Divorce, & 30 minutes to complete Chapter 18 - Prenuptial Agreement Questions
    • Explanation:
      • Students will be able to discuss how the law affects premarital and marital relationships.
      • Students will be able to explain the uses of prenuptial agreements.
      • Students will able to name the rights and duties  of husbands and wives.
      • Students will be able to discuss ways other than divorce by which marriages can end.
      • Students will be able to identify grounds for a traditional and a no-fault divorce.
      • Students will be able to name topics usually covered in a separation agreement.


    • Tasks:
      • Email Mr. R. your completed Chapter 18 - Prenuptial Agreement Questions
    • Links/Activities:
      • Textbook - pages 262 - 274
      • In Canvas - Chapter 18 Module - Chapter 18 - Prenuptial Agreement Questions
    • Method of Communication:
      • Via E-mail

    Wednesday (June 8th, 2020)

    Consumer Law - 1st Block
    • Overview:  Chapter  18 - Legal Consideration in Marriage and Divorce - Page 262-274
    • Estimated Time
      • 30 minutes review of pages 269-274 & Review Chapter 18 - Ending Marriages Legally, Marriage Ended By Divorce, & 30 minutes to complete Chapter 18 - Prenuptial Agreement
    • Explanation:
      • Students will be able to discuss how the law affects premarital and marital relationships.
      • Students will be able to explain the uses of prenuptial agreements.
      • Students will able to name the rights and duties  of husbands and wives.
      • Students will be able to discuss ways other than divorce by which marriages can end.
      • Students will be able to identify grounds for a traditional and a no-fault divorce.
      • Students will be able to name topics usually covered in a separation agreement.


    • Tasks:
      • Email Mr. R. your completed Chapter 18 - Prenuptial Agreement
    • Links/Activities:
      • Textbook - pages 262 - 274
      • In Canvas - Chapter 18 Module - Chapter 18 - Prenuptial Agreement
    • Method of Communication:
      • Via E-mail

    To completed this week:

    Email Mr. R. your completed Chapter 18 - Notetaker

    Email Mr. R. your completed Chapter 18 - Common-Law Questions

    Email to Mr. R. and complete Chapter 18 - Prenuptial Agreement Questions

    Email Mr. R. your completed Chapter 18 - Prenuptial Agreement