DB: Ethics in Action Imagine that you are the owner of a small jewelry store. A customer leaves a family heirloom with you for cleaning. By mistake- a salesperson sells the ring to another customer. H
DB: Ethics in Action
Imagine that you are the owner of a small jewelry store. A customer leaves a family heirloom with you for cleaning. By mistake, a salesperson sells the ring to another customer. How would you handle the situation? Now, imagine that you were the customer who purchased the ring for your fiancé. When the owner calls you to tell you about the situation, what do you do?
Regardless of whether you are an attorney arguing in court or a business stakeholder pitching to shareholders or a potential client, adding support for your argument from appropriate resources strengthens your content. For this discussion board, be sure to include a citation to an appropriate source that supports the point you are making. (HINT: Your textbook is a great source!)
Readings and Resources
Langvardt, A., Barnes, A.J., Prenkert, J.D., McCrory, M.A., & Perry, J.E. (2019). Business law: The ethical, global, and e-commerce environment (17th ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill Education.Chapter 19 introduces the concept of the Uniform Commercial Code and how it applies to the domestic sale of goods. You will also learn about the terms of sales contracts and the significance of the passage of title of the goods. You will also learn about the risk of loss and how that risk can be mitigated by using certain contract terms.
- Chapter 19: Performance and Terms of Sales Contracts Supplemental Resources:
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