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Tutor profile: Virginia M.

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Virginia M.
J.D. 2019; B.S. Business 2015; New associate in Big Law
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Subject: Writing

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Please edit the following sentence for grammar, including passive voice. The dinner was cooked and the kitchen cleaned by the maid, who longed for a relaxing and restful nap.

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Answer:

After the maid cooked dinner and cleaned the kitchen, she longed for a relaxing, restful nap.

Subject: Law

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What standards of scrutiny are used in constitutional law to assess the legality of laws that discriminate on the basis of race, gender, or age?

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The standards of scrutiny vary based on the discriminatory classification. Racial classifications are subject to strict scrutiny, which means that the law must be necessary to serve a compelling governmental interest. Gender classifications are subject only to intermediate scrutiny, which means that the law must be substantially related to an important governmental interest. Age classifications only receive rational basis review. This means that the law must be rationally related to any legitimate governmental purpose.

Subject: Pre-law

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What are the main legal duties owed by directors of corporations? What do these duties mean, and to whom are they owed?

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Answer:

Directors of corporations owe fiduciary duties to the corporation. These duties are ones of good faith, trust, honesty, and due diligence. The main duties are the duty of care and the duty of loyalty. The duty of care ensures that directors of corporations are adequately informed and take care when making decisions for the corporation. The duty of loyalty requires directors to act in the best interests of the corporation and put the corporation's interests before his or her own. The duty of loyalty prevents self-dealing, interested transactions, and stealing of corporation opportunities.

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