Business Law Question

The purpose of this assignment is to examine the interplay of business ethics, consumer privacy, and the collection and use by business of customer information in a digital marketplace.

Businesses have increasingly focused on understanding the customer, which has led to the collection and sharing of vast amounts of customer information. Some customers welcome the increased convenience and personalization of marketing that these approaches provide, but many customers are concerned about how these practices affect their privacy. There are currently no federal laws that ban the collecting, sharing, or selling of information regarding the customer, including but not limited to name, address, telephone/cellphone number, birthdate, age, email address, transaction history, purchase history, online search history, location history, and other information that is not protected by law.

Review the prompt below and address the associated questions in 750-1,000 words.

Currently, federal laws focus on protecting some financial and credit information, children’s privacy, some medical information, social security numbers (sometimes), required notice of the company’s privacy policy (to explain the entity’s information-sharing practices to their customers), notice of the use of internet cookies, the Do Not Call list, and network security to prevent security breaches, to name a few focuses. However, there are no laws protecting other customer information. Many businesses require customers’ personal information to be shared with the business in order to purchase a product or service from the business, for example, name, address, email address, and phone number. Some of this information is also obtained when a credit or debit card is used in a transaction. This information is often shared or sold. Much information that was formerly considered private is now readily accessible by anyone with access to the internet. Some additional issues related to sharing and selling such information include identity theft, robomarketing, geotracking, and cyberstalking.

  1. Pick one ethical dilemma arising from the collection of customer information and one ethical dilemma arising from the sharing or selling of customer information. From an ethical standpoint, how should a business handle a customer’s information?
  2. Discuss whether customers should have the option to provide personal information during a transaction.
  3. The use of various forms of technology in business is ubiquitous. Discuss the potential ethical benefits and drawbacks of the use of technology in business regarding customer information. For example, think about the potential benefit of receiving coupons or notices of sales regarding the type of food a customer purchases because the customer’s food purchases are tracked. In addition, think about the potential danger of businesses or the government knowing what kind of food a person purchases because the business or government is tracking food purchases, then denying or limiting access to health care or health insurance based on the purchase of foods that are considered unhealthy.
  4. From a Christian worldview, discuss the ethical dilemmas regarding businesses’ exploitation of customers’ personal information for financial gain.

You must include at least two academic references to support your ideas.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. A link to the LopesWrite technical support articles is located in Class Resources if you need assistance.


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Discussion Assignment

Department of Health

For
this discussion, assume you have a job with the federal government in
the Department of Health. You work in a back room and do not engage with
the public, but you specifically deal with childbirth issues. You are
also heavily involved in many social causes, including membership in
several anti-abortion groups. After work, you often march and protest
with these groups throughout Washington, DC. You wear many t-shirts to
work that express your anti-abortion beliefs. There is no dress code at
work, but several of the employees have complained to your boss about
the clothes you wear to work. Your boss has told you that you can no
longer wear your anti-abortion t-shirts to work and that you might want
to rethink your after work activities.

  • For your initial response, discuss who is right – you or your
    boss? Be sure to incorporate course concepts from this week’s reading
    into your response. You are making constitutional arguments, so do not
    focus on the anti-abortion subject matter.
  • Post replies to at least two other students. You can agree or
    disagree with other students, but you must include new information in
    your replies to further the discussion.
  • Doing more than the minimum will enhance your grade.
  • All posts are to be substantial, incorporate course concepts, and
    relate to the discussion issue. You might also want to conduct some
    independent research to enhance your posts
  • Use 250-300 words when doing the Discussion Assignment
  • *(The discussion assignment is due tomorrow at 11:59pm ET So start this immediately)

Peer Response

(Respond to each of the two students. Use 150-200 words when responding to students, Start off with (“hello Name”).

Timothy

If there is truly no dress code, then the boss is in the wrong in
this scenario. If the boss believes that personal beliefs are affecting
the work being done, then he or she should address the performance
issues, and not directly the dress code issue. Since there is no dress
code in existence, it can be an infringment on an employees first
amendement right to free speech to not allow them to wear a t-shirt
supporting their personal views. The boss could have a conversation
about the t-shirts and messaging, and request them not to be worn, but
to outright disallow it would be wrong. The question here is if the
attire is causing the workplace to become hostile or is it affecting
performance of any employees. The resolution may be that a dress code
is needed, in which case it will be difficult to draw the line, for a
government office, as to what is acceptable and what is not without
infringing on a person’s first amendment right. At the same time, it is
important to create a workspace that is not threatining to other
workers and allows them to go about their work.

As for the second issue, attending protests during personal time,
this again is no place for the boss to tell an employee what he or she
can do in their free time. The First amendment guarantees everyone the
right to peaceably protest. This includes government employees. As
long as the protesting is done on personal time and within other legal boundaries, there should be no reason for a boss to tell any government
employee that they need to “rethink” their after work activities.

*(The Second Student didn’t Post their discussion Assignment yet. when they do I will give you the responses so you can respond to them)


Alexis Nexis Problems

*The Instructions and the assignment matrix are attached below

The purpose of this problem assignment is for you to become familiar
with how to use the LexisNexis legal research database, read common law,
and prepare a case brief. Case briefs help students expand their
knowledge of common law.

*(This Assignment is important so If you can’t guarantee quality
work then don’t bid. if instructions are not followed then the
assignment will be refunded.)




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1. Identify the profession you work in or aspire to work in, and explain why this field or occupation should or should not be viewed as a “profession”. 50 pts.

(Use this same profession to answer the questions below. If your field is NOT a profession, see my “Taco Bell clerk” explanation below. If your field is a small private business you will want to imagine your firm went global. In order to do this assignment, you MUST apply your answers to professional ethics using the materials and other national standards, metrics, governing/certifying bodies or advisory organizations.)

2. Does this profession/field have a universal standard or code of conduct? Is there more than one code? Is there a certifying agency or governing body that can make rules and/or discipline you for an ethical violation? As a professional in this field, where would you look to seek ethical guidance or advice if you faced a problem? 50 pts.

3. Suppose a person violates an ethical code. How are ethics in this field enforced? Is there a regulator/prosecutor/enforcer? Is there a system of due process, a court system or a hearing process? Explain the process. 50 pts.

4. What is your relationship with the public in this profession? Are you bound by any particular duties of care or confidentiality? Do you have duties that extend beyond your client to include public safety or environmental safety? Explain. 50 pts.

5. Other than the dilemma in question six (6) below, identify at least two ethical dilemmas/issues/protocols a professional in this field may experience or confront at some point during their career. Explain how to avoid the pitfalls or deal with the issues. 50 pts.

6. Your supervisor, boss, powerful client, OR governing authority (whatever is most applicable) orders, hires OR instructs (whatever applies) you to do something that you believe MIGHT be unethical (you’re not sure). Do you blindly follow the order/instructions? Suppose you check the code/rules and find the code/rule ITSELF to be unethical (in your opinion)? Explain how you might deal with these problems. 50 pts.


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Business Law Question

Choose five themes to explore. Using the class materials (including readings, videos, exercises and class discussions and presentations), analyze each of the five themes. Apply those concepts to the negotiation exercises, historical events, or your own life experiences. Another way to think about it is to consider what you would tell a friend about what you learned in the class. If you had to limit it to five things, what would they be? You don’t need to write it as a single paper (with a single introduction, for example); instead, it’s a collection of five reflections.

There is no page limit. Use APA rules on referencing. Include a list of references.

The grading rubrics are:

Problem: Briefly and adequately explained the events being analyzed.

Integration: Integrated course materials (Lectures, discussion, text, videos, exercise) as appropriate to develop a reasoned analysis

Analysis: Demonstrated intellectual depth and mastery of course topics

Writing: Lucid writing. Clear, correct English. Well-edited. Correct use of APA.

Begin this and every other paper with the following statement: “I verify that this paper is entirely my own work, with the exception of sources that have been properly cited.” Then “sign” the sentence (your typed name is fine).

The grading scale is the 4.0 system listed in the university catalog and in the syllabus, p. 2. Canvas generates a variety of percentages most of which are, for us, irrelevant. I can’t stop it from generating the percentages but you can ignore it.

Paper 2 Rubric

Criteria Ratings

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Problems Problem: Briefly and adequately explained the five themes being analyzed, supported by research and examples.

Outstanding

Strong

Good

Average

Missing/inadequate

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Integration Integrated course materials (Lectures, discussion, texts, videos, exercises) as appropriate to develop a reasoned analysis

Outstanding

Strong

Good

Average

Missing/inadequate

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Analysis Demonstrated intellectual depth and mastery of course topics

Outstanding

Strong

Good

Average

Missing/inadequate

This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome Writing Lucid writing. Clear, correct English. Well-edited. Correct use of APA

Outstanding

Strong

Good

Average

Missing/inadequate

Class contexts (text, podcasts, videos) would be added shortly to be used as a reference instead of any EXTERNAL REFRENCES/RESOURCES.


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Business Law Question

15-20 pages, double-spaced, 12-point Times New Roman, with page numbers

The CEO of the organization for which you currently work or volunteer (or have worked or volunteered for in the past) makes the following request: “I understand you are taking a Corporate Social Responsibility course at CSUN. I’m very interested in seeing that we make CSR a practical part of everything we do here. Please utilize the knowledge you’ve gained in the aforementioned course to develop a plan for incorporating CSR into our company’s culture and business activity, helping us to become a ‘Leading Corporate Citizen’. Be sure to include the following concepts in your work: 1) leading corporate citizenship, 2) the three spheres of human civilization, 3) personal and organizational vision, 4) values in management practice, 5) value added via vision and values, 6) stakeholders in terms of relationships, 7) managing responsibility and corporate citizenship, 8) investment and assessment, 9) sustainability, 10) global standards, 11) value added via global futures, 12) leading global futures, and 13) Conscious (Business) Ethics.” Note that the first 12 concepts that must be included in your paper correspond to the same chapter in the textbook, and C(B)E correlates to the concept we’ve addressed in lectures throughout the course. Respond to this request by preparing a plan that deals with the steps to be taken to incorporate CSR into the culture and business activity of your organization. Your research paper (APA or MLA format) should include a discussion of the various CSR issues facing your company and the solutions you seek to employ. Establish the current practices of the organization and examples of ethical issues faced in the past. Then, offer suggestions for improvement. Be practical, bold, innovative, and as thorough as you can. Draw upon insights from assigned readings plus ideas gained from class lectures. Use resources from your company, readings, etc., and document all sources you use. This paper is due on the last day of class. It will be graded in accordance with the rubric you have been presented. Please be very sure that it is carefully proofread and that it does not contain any errors. Write it as if the CEO of your organization is going to read it.


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For the larger assignment — the “Hypothetical Corporation” assignment, below is the assignment. This is worth 200 points. You should attach it as 1 PDF and submit it here.

This is what you need to do for the Hypothetical Corporation Assignment.

1. Think of any business idea. I want you to pick something you are passionate about (no Chicken business please!) Imagine you are going to create a business that you are passionate about. I want you to choose one business entity between a General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Corporation or Limited Liability Company. You will write me a short paragraph why you chose that entity type. Tell me the advantages and disadvantages of the entity you chose and why you did not choose another entity type.

3. I want you to go to the Secretary of State’s Website (link is in your slides or just Google ‘California Secretary of State’). I want you to locate the proper form to create your new business organization. If you are preparing a Partnership, there are forms to create a General Partnership. If you are creating an LLC, there are forms for the Articles of Organization for LLC. I want you to download the form and fill it out (it is generally 1-2 pages, max). Go here to this link https://www.sos.ca.gov/business-programs/business-…

4. I want you to go to the Secretary of State’s Website and look up the corporate filing of “California Chicken Cafe” which is one of my favorite restaurants in the Valley. You need to hit “LLC/LP” search and search for California Chicken Cafe. Then I want you to click on the PDF that says “Registration” and look at their Limited Partnership filing. It is 12 pages. Tell me who are the General Partners and who is the Limited Partners. Tell me what their split is for profits and losses.

So, what you will be submitted to me is as follows:
1. Your business idea and explanation why you chose that business entity.
2. Copy of your hypothetical make-believe Articles of Incorporation or Parntership document, etc filled out completely (made up address, registered agent, shares of company, etc).
3. Look up California Chicken Cafe’s partnership document. Tell me what kind of entity this is. Are they a general partnership? LLC? LP? Corporation? Then I want you to tell me who are the general and limited partners (it’s written in the document) and look to see what their proposed split is regarding sharing profits and losses.

Group all of this into 1 big document PDF and will be submitting it on Canvas.


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Business law question

I don’t understand this Business Law question and need help to study.

Topic A: McKinney Construction, Inc. agreed to build a home for Bob Smith. The total contract price for the home is $325,000. The home is complete in all respects except for the fact that shutters have not been installed on the four front-facing windows. The contract between the parties stipulated that McKinney Construction would install shutters on each window.

The day before the closing on the home’s purchase, Bob noticed that McKinney Construction had not installed the shutters. He then called the owner of McKinney Construction, Mary Monroe, and a heated argument between the two ensued. The conversation ended with Mary proclaiming that “Hades would freeze over” before she would have her construction crew install the shutters and with Bob asserting that the “deal is off.” McKinney Construction expects to be paid the full contract price, $325,000, for the home, based on the fact that “irreconcilable differences” between the parties make it impossible for the company to install the shutters, and since Bob’s incorrigible personality caused the impassible chasm between them. For total “parts and labor,” it would cost $2,750 to install the shutters.

Is Bob Smith obligated to purchase the house? Why or why not? If so, is he obligated to pay the full contract price of $325,000? Is McKinney Construction, Inc. required to install the shutters? Why or why not

200 word reply


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