In each week, the learning assignment is
designed to demonstrate your competence with the Terminal Course Objectives of
the course. Prior to working on the assignment, you should read the week’s
chapters and lecture.
Clearly identify your work with your
name, the date, the week number, and the assignment name, and upload your work
to the Dropbox.
The questions are designed to probe the
higher levels of thinking and learning such as analyzing, evaluating, and
creating, and so there often are no correct answers. Instead of focusing and
who wins or loses the case, you should analyze, evaluate, and create
alternative solutions to the various issues presented while arguing and
debating the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics.
Terminal Course Objectives: A and G
Video Case Study: Judicial,
Alternative, and E-Dispute Resolution – Arbitrators Favoring Creditors
Watch the video case study and then
write a one- to two-page reflective paper (double-spaced) on the following
questions while discussing the connections between business, law, politics, and
Two: If the parties to arbitration instead
went to court, discuss the steps that the parties would have to take in order
to go to trial.
Three: The story talked about repeat players—companies
that end up in arbitration repeatedly over time. Because arbitrators are
selected by a negotiation between the two parties in the arbitration, this
story indicates they are more likely to find for these repeat players. Discuss
the ethics of this conflict of interest and what might be done to overcome the
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