Before beginning work on this week’s discussion forum, please review the link “Doing Discussion Questions Right,” the expanded grading rubric for the forum, and any specific instructions for this week’s topic. The discussion assignment consists of two parts. Select one of the questions for Part 1 and answer Part 2. By the due date assigned, submit your answers to Part 1 and Part 2 to this Discussion Area. Post the answers to both parts in one thread. Label your answers Part 1 and Part 2, but do not repeat the scenario text in your responses. Start reviewing and responding to your classmates as early in the week as possible. You should review and critique the work of other students as outlined in the expanded rubric by the end of the week. Discussion Question Part 1 Select one of the scenarios listed below and explain the best solution for each. Include comments related to any ethical issues that arise. You should locate at least one scholarly source from the SUO Library or one case that has been decided or is currently pending to support your answer. The scenario I – Debtor-Creditor Pursuant to an agreement with American Express, Porter Cable requests that all employees at the rank of supervisor and above apply for a corporate credit card to be used for payment for travel, training and similar expenses. Ima Krimnel, the manager of the distribution center, was issued a corporate card and used it to take her husband to Hawaii for their 20th wedding anniversary. If Krimnel does not pay the charges, is Porter Cable or American Express liable? Why or why not? Scenario 2—Secured Transactions After receiving a promotion to the logistics manager, Shantil’s husband, Ashton, purchased a 2017 BMW SUV for $68,000; however, he financed $48,000 through First Florida Banc. The bank took a security interest in the vehicle. Ashton was out of town for work when Shantil found out he had been having an affair. Shanti took a baseball bat and broke the windows and put dents in the BMW. Shanti then dropped the car off at the girlfriend’s apartment. Ashton was furious. After taking the car to a body shop for repairs, Ashton was unable to pay the bill due to the divorce, so he negotiated terms with the body shop; however, the shop retained possession of the vehicle. The repair shop claimed a lien on the car for services and materials in the amount of $21,250. Ashton stopped making payments to the bank while he was trying to save money to pay off the repair. First Florida Banc claimed priority. Discuss the rights of each party and determine which party is in the best position to prevail. Discussion Question Part II Based on the business you started in Week 1, answer the following questions in one to two paragraphs. Use laws, examples, or cases to support your response. Consider the product or service you selected in Week 2. Describe how you plan to structure extension of credit to your customers to ensure the most protection for your company in the event the customer falls behind on payments or files for bankruptcy. Assume that your business will offer some type of credit arrangements even if you do not have plans to offer the credit option. What type(s) of insurance policies will you need for your business? Identify a company located in your state that can supply at least one of the insurance policies you will need.
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