a) What are the legal issues involved in this case, and what are the moral issues? How are the two different kinds of issues different from each other, and how are they related to each other? Identify and distinguish the “systemic, corporate, and individuals” involved in this case.
b) Analyze the ethics of marketing Publius using utilitarianism, rights, justice, and caring. In your judgment, it is ethical to market Publius? Explain.
a) Identify the behaviors that you think are ethically questionable in the history of Microsoft. Evaluate the ethics of these behaviors.
b) In your judgment, what, if any, obligations does Monsanto / Pharmacia have to delay marketing genetically engineered organisms “until long-term safety testing has shown that they are not harmful to humans, animals, and the environment”? To whom does it have these obligations?
a) Should manufactures be held liable for failing to market all the products for which they hold exclusive patents when someone’s injury would have been avoided if they had marketed those products? Explain your answer.
b) In your judgment, was the Kaiser plant practicing discrimination? If you believe it was discriminating, explain what kind of discrimination was involved and identify the evidence for your judgment. If you believe it was not discriminatory, prepare responses to the strongest objections to your own view. Was Kaiser management morally responsible for the situation on its plant? Why?
a) Is a company like the Gap morally responsible for the way its suppliers treat their workers? Explain your answer.
b) In your judgment, is H.B. Fuller morally responsible for the addiction of street children to its Resistol products? Do you agree or disagree with the statement that the social conditions in Honduras and Guatemala are ultimately responsible for misuse of H.B Fuller’s products and that neither the product nor the company is to blame?
Do you agree or