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Project 2: Complete and submit the Turnip Plaza Hotel case report (Steps 1-4)
[] Project 2: Complete and submit the Turnip Plaza Hotel case report (Steps 1-4)
I’m providing some tips here:
1. There are three question sets you are asked to answer in this report. I suggest you organize your report by question (with an introduction at the beginning and recommendations at the end, and the questions in order in between). The questions are contained in Project 2: Step 1: “the Turnip Plaza Hotel Case File.” This file also contains the essential facts of the scenario. The facts are very important.
2. The first question asks about “legal theories.” These theories (aka, causes of action) are covered in the “contract formation and execution” learning topic in step 2 of project 2. Please read the material carefully and identify the theories and elements, and explain how the elements are or are not satisfied.Also write about related doctrines from the reading that may impact the outcome of the application of these theories.
3. The second question asks about remedies. The remedies are covered in the “contract remedies” learning topic in step 2 of project 2. The remedies directly correlate to the theories identified in response to the previous question. Tort damages are different than contract damages. Keep in mind that some remedies may not be available here, and you should identify those that are, and explain them.
4. The third question asks you to apply ethical theory. You should identify and apply the tests or theories of ethics contained in the “ethical business decision making” learning topic in step 2 of project 2. Utilize multiple theories and explain (I) the theory, (ii) how the theory applies to the facts of the scenario- that is, your reasoning, and (iii) your overall conclusions.
Review Turnip Plaza Hotel Case
The Turnip Plaza Hotel
Notice: Contains Confidential Information
Mark Piper was employed for several years as a tour guide at the Turnip Plaza Hotel in Port Austin, Michigan. Turnip Plaza is one of Colossal Corporation’s luxury hotel holdings, strategically located near Lake Huron’s famous Turnip Rock. Over the years, Mark developed a reputation as one of the most skillful tour guides in Michigan. He would guide tourists through extreme kayaking, hiking, and camping adventures in and around the Great Lakes. He was often requested by name by tourists visiting the hotel and was featured on extreme sports television. His high adventure kayaking tours brought in significant revenue for the hotel.
One month ago, Mark was approached by Stacey Nguyen, the manager of the Huron Overnight Inn—a rival company of Turnip Plaza. Stacey offered Mark a substantial salary increase to leave Turnip Plaza and come to work for her. Mark agreed to think about this offer and get back to Stacey in 48 hours. When he returned to Turnip Plaza, he asked several of his colleagues what they thought about the offer. One of them immediately went to Turnip Plaza’s manager, Edward Griffin, and told him the details of Stacey’s offer to Mark.
Upon hearing of the offer, Edward called Mark into his office and said: “If you stay with Turnip Plaza, I promise that next month you will receive a promotion with a 50 percent raise and a guaranteed contract for a two-year term.” This sounded good to Mark, and he turned down the offer from Stacey to stay with Turnip Plaza. However, last week, shortly before Mark was to receive his new contract, he was dismissed from Turnip Plaza because of corporate restructuring due to concerns about the increased liability risks of managing high adventure tours through Colossal’s hotels. Although Mark has not taken any formal action at this point, the vice president is concerned that Mark might try to hold Turnip Plaza to Edward’s promise.
Your task is to research the legal and ethical issues associated with this situation and write a report to the vice president answering the following questions:
1. What legal theories might Mark use to try to legally enforce Edward’s promise? Explain the elements of these theories and how they apply to the facts of this scenario.
2. If Mark were to file a lawsuit and win, what sort of damages or other remedies might he be entitled to? Include your reasoning and any evidence that led you to your conclusions.
3. Finally, regardless of the legal implications, the vice president would like your view on the ethical issues. Does Turnip Plaza have an ethical obligation to fulfill the promise made by Edward to Mark? Is it right to lay off Mark under these circumstances? What should Turnip Plaza do from an ethical perspective? Use ethical theory and principles to analyze these questions.
4. Gather and Analyze Information
INBOX (1 NEW EMAIL)
From:Kenneth Dodger, Vice President, Colossal Corporation
To:You
Good morning,
Hope you’ve had time to review the case file on The Turnip Plaza Hotel. In order to formulate a sound response to my questions, you’ll need to review a number of specific foundational issues involving legal contracts.
First, find the necessary information about
contract formation and execution
. Then, look into possible
contract remedies
for when a breach of contract occurs. As you read over this information, be sure to record your thoughts pertaining to the case, while noting the places in the readings that prompted your thoughts.
After you have refreshed your understanding of contract law generally, you should supplement that understanding by doing
legal research
on specific laws related to contracts in Michigan. Again, make sure to take notes as you read. Good notes will help you write your report.
Thinking over this case, put some of your focus on Edward Griffin’s role in this situation with Mark Piper. More specifically, consider whether Edward had the authority to make the promise he made (or any promises) to Mark.
Review the
legal responsibilities of agents and employees
to help formulate your answer. You should also review
ethical business decision making
, as it pertains to keeping promises in business situations and the ethical questions I have asked you to consider.
I trust you to perform with the same tenacity as you did with the first cases.
Thanks,
Ken
3: Focus on Your Rationale and Conclusions: Create Your Outline
You’ve finished your research and reflected on how the facts and the law come together in this situation. You’ve also analyzed the possible arguments and determined which seem most reasonable (all things considered). Now it is time to formulate them, making sure to address all the concerns that VP Dodger expressed to you when you met. Outline the report that you will draft for your VP and review your document to make certain it covers all relevant points and progresses in a logical order.
After you finish the outline, if you have time, give yourself one night of sleep before you begin the next step, in which you will write the report. Fresh eyes might help you see points that need revision.
Step 4: Communicate Your Findings and Conclusions to the VP: Create Your Report
Use your outline and research notes to prepare your report for the VP. Be sure to meet the following requirements he has requested:
· Format your report by including APA-formatted in-text citations and an APA-formatted reference list (do not format the body of the report using APA style, just the reference list). See
references and citations
for details.
· Include a specific recommendation of what action, if any, the VP should take based on your analysis and conclusions.
· Support your conclusion with references to legal principles and laws.
· The report should be no more than 10 pages (double spaced, 12-point font; the reference list does not count towards page limit).
· Title your file using this protocol: yourlastname_TurnipPlazaReport_date.
Submit your Turnip Plaza report to the Assignments folder. You should try to have this report complete by the end of Week 4.
In the next step, you will begin work on navigating some of the international legal challenges Colossal is facing.

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