Always provide specific examples to support your main points, including, but not limited to, where appropriate: specific theories, materials, lectures, discussions, etc.In all questions, make sure that you 1) discuss 2) analyze and 3) reach conclusions on all legal issues; DO NOT assume that there is just one answer or a win-lose situation; instead, MAKE SURE that you talk about every possibility that you can think of as long as it answers the question.In the questions that ask you to give a hypothetical or ask you to imagine a particular series of facts, DO NOT spend more than 3-4 sentences to begin the hypothetical; you can add other facts and assumptions as you go through the sequence of legal issues you must address. The goal is to give a comprehensive, complete demonstration of your understanding of the issues. 1) Come up with a hypothetical story illustrating the creation and processes of administrative rule-making. Imagine that there is a government agency that is going to make some changes that affect your business. Identify what that agency is, what changes it proposes to make, what information it provides, and what processes it follows in order to make the changes. Be sure to identify the specific legal interests you have that may be affected. Go through each step in all of the foregoing and articulate general conclusions at each step. 2) Imagine that are a business owner. Imagine that the city government where your business is located decides to restrict your religion, your freedom of expression, and what clubs and organizations that you want to be part of. Identify all legal issues and go through each and every step, exploring each and every possibility of legal ways that you can challenge the government action, and come up with general conclusions about the likely conclusion(s) on each and every legal issue. 3) Come up with a hypothetical story examining administrative adjudication. Be sure to go through each and every step of administrative adjudication, explaining your reasoning and your application of the facts in your hypothetical to specific legal principles. Also, be sure to analyze, in detail, the consistency, as well as inconsistency, between theory and reality in terms of how administrative adjudication works. Finally, based on the foregoing, come up with legal conclusions based on the facts in your hypothetical scenario.4) Imagine that you are a business owner. You have a dispute with another business owner, and you want to resolve the matter. Identify and explain all the different ways that you might try to resolve your dispute with the other party and conclude which option(s) will likely best serve your goals. Make sure that you also critically analyze whether theory about ways to resolve legal disputes is necessarily consistent with realities.