This essay focuses on ethical issues way home from work, Andy Earl stopped at Mad Beach Pub. After leaving the pub, Earl drove his car into a house at a speed of approximately 30 miles per hour. When the car struck the house, the passenger compartment collapsed and Earl was seriously injured. His blood alcohol content was 0.08%.
Select two of the scenarios given below and explain the best solution to each. Include comments relate to any ethical issues that arise. Support your responses with appropriate cases, laws and other relevant examples by using at least one scholarly source from the SUO Library in addition to your textbook for each scenario.
On his way home from work, Andy Earl stop at Mad Beach Pub. After leaving the pub, Earl drove his car into a house at a speed of approximately 30 miles per hour. When the car struck the house, the passenger compartment collapse and Earl was seriously injure. His blood alcohol content was 0.08%.
The ethical issue investigation also discover that he had been texting at the time of the accident. Earl on ethical issue brought a strict product liability action against the car manufacturer on the grounds that the car was not crashworthy. He also filed suit against the pub for selling him the alcohol.
Firstly, Summarize the statutes from your state relate to driving under the influence (DUI) and texting while driving.
Secondly, Provide the arguments that each party (Earl, the car manufacturer, and the pub) will make at trial.
Thirdly, Explain how the court should rule. Provide support for your decision.
The pharmacy was busy and understaff at the time, and the technician fail to include information about adverse reactions associate with taking the medication. Yolanda took a pill upon leaving the pharmacy and made another stop at the grocery store. After leaving the store, Yolanda fail to stop at a stop sign, and hit another car, injuring the driver of the other car and a passenger.
Little Rock Catering, locate in western Arkansas, provides food for special events and wedding consulting services. The business is privately own and has seven employees. Sam, a 45-year-old lesbian, apply for the position of event services coordinator and was deny the position.
Sam was highly qualify, with 10 years of experience in event planning. Mary Beth, a 21-year-old recent college graduate and member of the owner’s church, was hired on ethical issue.
Research the state laws on nondiscrimination in Arkansas and your state.
In addition, On the basis of Arkansas state law and federal law, what is the probable outcome of a lawsuit based on sexual orientation discrimination?
Moreover, On the basis of Arkansas state law and federal law, what is the probable outcome of a lawsuit based on age discrimination?
Lastly, Would the outcome of a lawsuit based on sexual orientation discrimination be different if the catering company was located in your state?
Shenzhen Limited manufactures electric hair dryers. Julie purchases a Shenzhen Limited dryer from her local Sally’s Beauty Supply. Frances, a friend and guest in Julie’s home, has taken a shower and wants to dry her hair. Julie tells Frances to use the new Shenzhen Limited hair dryer that she has just purchase.
Shenzhen Limited admits that the dryer was defective but denies liability, particularly because Frances was not the person who purchased the dryer. Ethical issue, Frances had no contractual relationship with Shenzhen Limited.
Further, Discuss the validity of Shenzhen Limited’s defense.
Finally, Are there any other defenses that Shenzhen Limited might assert to avoid liability? Discuss fully.