The following five company have been in the news due to either a consumer protection or antitrust problem. You are provided source links in the table about the company to get you started. You will need to do more research about the company as well as the ethical frameworks and applicable law.
Company Fact sources to get you started Comments/additional sources
(Antitrust) Associated Press. (2016, December 15). 20 states sue 6 makers of generic drugs, alleging conspiracies to manipulate prices. L.A. Times. Retrieved from https://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-generic-drug-antitrust-20161215-story.html
This has morphed from a couple of drugs to a cartel of 300 drugs involved. See this one:
Rowland, C. (2018, December 9). Investigation of generic ‘cartel’ expands to 300 drugs. Washington Post. Retrieved from https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/investigation-of-generic-cartel-expands-to-300-drugs/2018/12/09/fb900e80-f708-11e8-863c-9e2f864d47e7_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.69e8e9f9d684
For other areas of law, look into employment, contract, ADR, securities, intellectual property
When you have selected your company, research and cover the following points in a well written essay. Use APA format and topical headings.
1. In an introductory paragraph identify the company, the topic and a well-crafted thesis statement.
2. Briefly describe the company and the nature of its business and corporate business environment. Do not spend a lot of time on the history of the company, but do describe sufficiently to create meaningful context. This should only need to be a paragraph.
3. Research, define and discuss the legal issues and regulatory environment for the company’s consumer or antitrust issue. (i.e., What are the laws involved?) Include case law (requirement).
4. Ethical dilemma and frameworks: Identify the ethical dilemma that the company presents with respect to its antitrust or consumer problem. This should be encapsulated in a single sentence. Evaluate two ethical frameworks with respect to the company’s management’s decisions that led to the situation.
• One of these should be the ethical framework you identify as the framework the company followed in its decision-making.
• The other should be a contrasting framework that might have produced a different situation for the company.
5. Other legal topics that relate to the company’s business: Also, clearly define and evaluate three (3) additional legal topics (NOT antitrust or consumer protection) that we covered this term — and that are explained in your text and required readings, and apply them to the company’s business. (Hint: Review the legal topics in the textbook and cite to the the text in your analysis. We covered many subjects. Examples: contracts, torts, product liability, bankruptcy, securities & stocks trading, employment issues, defamation, privacy, ADR, etc. Include illustrative case law.)
6. General recommendations for business leadership and managers that you have learned from this study (not just for the company you have selected, but for running a business).
8. References list
1. Write a well-supported analytical essay critiquing the company, its operations, and the ethical dilemma it caused. Discuss the legal issues and concepts identified and make recommendations for management. LENGTH: – See RUBRIC.
2. NUMBER OF SOURCES: See RUBRIC. Exemplary level of performance is at least 7 sources, at least 2 of which from library and none of which from excluded sources.
3. Proper citation and references formatting must be in APA 6th ed. 2nd printing. For APA Guidelines, refer to Purdue’s OWL, the APA Tips PPT previously provided, or the tutorials in the Library.
4. Papers that do not include appropriate in text citations will lose points.
5. Dictionaries, encyclopedias — including Investopedia — Wikis, and the like, and Internet generic quick-answer websites are not acceptable to populate your Reference list. See the Announcement on Scholarly Sources for reminder on best sources.
6. Review the Grading Rubric (see attachment).
7. Organize your paper with appropriate subheadings.
8. Do not write in 1st or 2nd person. Paper must be written in 3rd person.
9. Do not use contractions.
10. All sources on References list must be correctly cited in the text of the paper and vice versa
The rubric is provided in the Gradebook for your convenience. Please review it carefully prior to submitting your work.
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