CHAPTER 9 – Torts and Products Liability.pdf CHAPTER 24 – Intellectual Property.pdf *** 1st ASSIGNMENT ($15.00)  DUE SAT 10/19/13 ***Joe comes up with a great idea (he thinks).  He creates a website called, which allows users to connect with one another and distribute and share various types of files (everything from spreadsheets to media content.  Joe bases his website on a software template obtained from and old copy of OpenNap and the website  Joe does not have the current ability to verify any content between users. 1.Briefly summarize copyright law. 2.Explain the difference between direct and indirect infringement. 3.Does Joe have to fear a copyright lawsuit? Why or why not? 4.Would the Sony exception apply in this case?Instruction:  Dear writer, Please only answer the 1st question (which highlighted in yellow).  And provide me with the INTRODUCTION & CONCLUSION for this paper as well.  There are no word count requirements & 100% Plagiarism Free Original Work.  APA format,  double-spaced and includes any references you might use (like the text). .  =============================================================================*** 2ND ASSIGNMENT ($40.00)  DUE SAT 10/26/13 ***CHAPTER 6 – Overview and Formation of Contracts.pdf CHAPTER 7 – Contract Performance_Conditions, Breach & Remedies.pdf CHAPTER 10 – Agency and Employment Relationships.pdf *** THINK ABOUT THIS ASSIGNMENT! IT IS NOT AS EASY & SIMPLE AS IT APPEARS! THE INSTRUCTOR WILL TRY AND TRICK YOU! ***2,750+ words & 100% Plagiarism Free Original Work.Write a formal paper in APA standards that addresses the following:1.What claims might Liam and Mike have against Mary?2. Who should win and why?3. Include Introduction & Conclusion also.Mary tells Liam and Mike that she will give them $2,500 if they paint her house. Mary’s statements are overheard by Jane, Mary’s neighbor. The next day while Mary is at work, she sees an ad by Bill’s painting that states ‘Bill’s will paint your house for $1,500, satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.’ Mary calls’ Bill’s and arranges to have her house painted. When Mary returns home, she finds Liam and Mike hard at work and her house half painted. She screams at them to stop and orders them off her property. Bill’s workers come the next day and paint the house. Liam and Mike come to you for advice because Mary refuses to pay them.This week’s objectives:• Analyze the elements necessary to form valid contracts.• Summarize the legal defenses to contract formation.• Evaluate the remedies for breach of contract.Read Chapter 6, 7 & 10 attached.