Business Ethics Case - WK 1 - Individual Assignment - David Trejo

Business Ethics Case - WK 1 - Individual Assignment - David Trejo

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Business Ethics 1 Business Ethics Case David Trejo January 18, 2010 BUS/415 – Business Law Instructor: Rob Tischer
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Business Ethics 2 Business Ethics Case In 1984, The National Enquirer was involved in a case versus California Celebrity Shirley Jones (the Plaintiff). The Plaintiff alleges that The National Enquirer maliciously published an article against her, which caused defamation, invasion of privacy, and intentional infliction of emotional distress (The U.S. Supreme Court, 1984). The case, known as Calder v. Jones, brought about an important issue of personal jurisdiction, being that the defendants resided in the state of Florida and the case was filed in California. This paper will discuss what kind of paper The National Enquirer is, identify if it was ethical for The National Enquirer to try to avoid suit in California, and explain if the defendants were subject to suit in California. What kind of paper is the National Enquirer The National Enquirer, also known as the Enquirer, is a national weekly newspaper type
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