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1. Identify the issue(s) and stakeholders 2. Identify the applicable principles, values The Golden Rule Public disclosure test Universalization test Ethical Relativism Situational Ethics Absolutism Consequentialism Utilitarianism o Act , and Rule Cost-Benefit Analysis: Deontology: Categorical imperative: The principal of rights 3. Discuss the available options, 4. Evaluate the consequences of each alternative in light of the corresponding ethical theories that apply 5. Reach a decision that is consistent with this analysis. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------- Assault Battery : (defenses) Appropriation for commercial gain Private Nuisance: Unfair Competition: --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------- Negligence Case: Duty: 4 questions Landowners duty Breach of Duty: Causation: o Actual Cause, Proximate Cause Damages: (which ones) Plaintiff’s Doctrines: Res ipsa loquitur: “the think speaks for itself” o plaintiff must show: 3 things o Burden of proof
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