Request: This request is aimed to be used for my Business Law Class which means that the information included needs to be relevant to the topic. I know that most of the task is available on other tutoring websites, yet if you use any of those, make sure it is fully original. The final work consists of providing a 4 page essay and a 300 words discussion post. They should be delivered in two different files, APA Format, as indicated in the request below. Please make sure you read all the information before starting working on the task.
Part I: Assignment I Essay
After watching the video “A Civil Action” identify three of the most unethical people and/or organizations. Write an essay in which you analyze each of the three including why you selected them, what they did which you deemed unethical, the results of their actions, money or results and what should have been done.You are to also identify two entities who/which acted ethically. Tell me what they did and why you consider this ethical.Please be specific and give examples.
FORMAT: approximately four to six pages double spaced– using Arial 10 or Times New Roman 11
ASSUMPTIONS: you may make realistic assumptions to provide further detail to your analysis. You should also consider including ethical principles such as Utilitarianisms, rights, justice and or care.
COVER ALL SIDES: Present a careful and thorough analysis of the ethics or lack of ethics. Most good essays will have 5-6 paragraphs:
- Introduction to your paper and subjects for discussion
- Paragraph for each selected entity including what, why, etc., and specific examples
- Summary paragraph
Part II: Discussion Post (300 words)
Please discuss an ethical situation in the news. This should be business oriented, no ploitics here. Tell us what happended, why you selected it, why you think it is unethical, what should have happened, who was harmed and who benefited ( and how). For the purposes of this assignment, condider being ethical as doing the right thing. Select your event from The Boston Globe, Bloombergs BusinessWeek, The Wall Street Journal or the New York Times.