6 Discussion Questions

  
Business Law

Question 1
This week, we’ll be examining how our legal system protects persons who are injured by the purposeful act of another.  These types of injuries are called intentional torts.  The legal claims of assault, battery, false imprisonment, invasion of privacy and defamation are examples of intentional torts.
For this discussion, choose one of the scenarios listed below and determine the intentional tort that you think applies. Make sure to explain your answer, including the elements of the claim, why you think those elements are or are not present, and what other information you would need to make this determination.

A group of people      protesting a company’s employment practices in the lobby of a building is      surrounded by private security guards hired by the company.
A teenager sends a joking      message to his best friend telling him that there is a bomb in his      basement.
You accidently leave your      personal journal at the local coffee shop.  Another customer finds it      and shares your innermost secrets on his blog, but never identifies you as      being the writer of the journal.
At a family reunion at      your parents’ home, you see Dave, a second cousin, place a very expensive      bottle of wine in a duffle bag and quickly walk out of the backdoor.       You quickly go to your father and tell him that Dave stole wine from the      family wine cellar and your father calls the police.  In reality,      your mother told Dave to pick any bottle of wine as a belated birthday      present.

Question 2 
Negligence and Product Liability are two of our main topics for this week. Negligence is an “unintentional tort” because it happens by accident. Product Liability arises when one is injured by a defective product.
Consider the scenarios below. Choose one and determine if it describes negligence or product liability. Explain your answer and be sure to discuss the elements of any claims that may arise.

Daisy is driving in her      car when her phone chimes. She picks up her phone and sees a text from her      friend. While responding to the text Daisy runs a red light and causes an      accident.
Janet just moved from      Florida to Minnesota and is enjoying the scenery of a beautiful snowfall      when she sees a person slip and fall on the ice on sidewalk in front of      her house.
Larry is a lumberjack. He      decides to purchase a new chainsaw. The first time Larry uses the chainsaw      the product malfunctions and Larry is injured.

Question 3 
Each of us makes promises all of the time, and most promises we keep, but some we don’t.  The question this week focus on when a promise is – and is not – enforceable. Said differently, when will the law make a person keep a promise?  Choose one of the scenarios below and explain whether or not you think that the promise made is enforceable.  Make sure to think about the concepts of offer, acceptance, consideration, legality and capacity.

Uncle John promises his      nephew that he will give the nephew $10,000 on his 18th birthday if the      nephew doesn’t drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes, do illegal drugs, or      engage in any immoral behaviors.
Bill asks Sally to marry      him, and her answer is “yes”.  Bill then sells his favorite sports      car and pays upfront for a lavish wedding ceremony and a 3-week trip to      Europe.
Keith agrees to transport      ceramic figurines from Los Angeles to New York City in his moving truck.       What he doesn’t know is that each figurine is filled packets of cocaine.
Maria and Jennifer are      having drinks at a local bar, and both are a bit tipsy.  As the night      goes on, Maria asks Jennifer to trade Jennifer’s 3-carat diamond ring for      Maria’s 1978 Ford Duster, and Jennifer agrees to the deal.

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Business Ethics

Question 1
Our natural resources are valuable and important to sustain so that we have continued access to these resources in the future. With that being said, what do you think a utilitarian’s view of the earth’s natural resources might be? What about a libertarian viewpoint? Justify your response.

Question 2 
This week we are discussing capitalism and its key features.
· Do you believe that people take for granted the economic system they live in, specifically in the United States? Why or why not?
· Discuss why some people might believe a capitalistic society is unequal. Do you agree? Why or why not?

Question 3 
Product safety is important, and it’s the responsibility of the manufacturer to ensure certain standards are met to keep consumers safe. Discuss the role consumers play in promoting product safety. Next, explain how much regulation should be implemented by the government. Justify your response.

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