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Case: The Turnip Plaza HotelLegal and Ethical AnalysisEnekebe ChukwunonsoUniversity of Maryland University CollegeMBA 630 – 1121Turnip Plaza Hotel AnalysisIntroductionMark Piper was employed with the Turnip Plaza for several years as an experienced guide in Michigan. His reputation made him among the best tourist guide around the area which broughtsignificant revenue to the corporate. He is also the foremost skillful worker and other people who come to the hotel specifically request for him to be their guide. A month ago, an employee from a rival company named Stacey Nguyen; manager of Huron Overnight Inn, offered Mark a considerable salary increases to quit the Turnip Plaza Hotel and come work for her. Mark was overwhelmed in amusement and joy that he mentioned the job offer to his colleagues in his
workplace. This was an excellent opportunity for Mark to make guarantee his future and his family. However, a colleague of his reported the small print of Stacey's offer to Mark's manager named Edward Griffin. He immediately arranged a meeting with Mark to counteract the proposal and provide him a far better deal of promotion with a 50 percent raise and a guaranteed two-year contract with the company if he stays with Turnip Plaza. Mark couldn't pass this offer and agreed with Edward, to remain at Turnip Plaza Hotel and declined Stacey’s offer. All of the sudden, Mark was dismissed from his job due to corporate restructuring and concerns about the increased liability risks of managing high adventure tours through Colossal’s hotels. This report accesses the way Mark was dismissed from the hotel, the legal and ethical issues needed to be addressed. Furthermore, this report will access the legalities of the jurisprudence , state law, assess the damages and ethical obligations to fulfil the promise to Mark and offer recommendations.Legal Theories and its ElementsA contract is an exchange of promises between an individual and would constitute in an enforceable agreement between two parties (Contract law, n.d., para. 1). Both understand that terms of an agreement which could be used as legal matter to ensure make sure that both partiesinvolved abide by the rules(Contract law, n.d., para. 5). In the case concerning Mark and Turnip Plaza Hotel there are several legal theories that Mark could use to legally enforce Edward’s promise.The jurisprudence concerns the legal principles governing the exchange of products or services between individuals or businesses (Contract law, n.d., para. 1).This occurs when there is an
exchange of promise between an individual or a promise in exchange for action that's enforceable in some way . for instance , 1). Mark was verbally promised a 50% raise along- side a guaranteed two-year contract. A promise is a declaration by a legal person (called the promisor) to perform or forbear from performing specified act(s). The recipient of the promise is (called the promisee), upon a promise being made, has rights to expect (and often to demand)

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