Select two of the scenarios listed below and explain the best solution for each. Include comments related to any ethical issues that arise. You should try to 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.
Mitchell Dawson and three of his friends purchased nonrefundable tickets from Live Nation Entertainment to attend a concert at the Straz Center in Tampa. The front of the ticket included a printed statement that the price included a $10 parking fee. Dawson and his friends hired an Uber driver to take them to the concert.
Frustrated at being charged for parking that he did not need, Dawson filed a lawsuit in federal district court against Live Nation arguing that the bundled parking fee was unfair since consumers were forced to pay it in order to attend the concert. He asserted the tying arrangement violated Section 1 of the Sherman Act.
· Present the arguments that both parties to the lawsuit would make.
· Select a winner and support your choice.
Scenario 5—Environment Recycling Genie is a new company that contracts with Best Buy and other electronics retailers for the collection old computers, monitors, televisions, and cell phones dropped off at their facilities. The electronics contain lead, mercury, and polyvinyl chlorides that are known to have toxicological effects such as cancer, kidney disease, and brain damage. Recycling Genie has been in negotiations to ship the e-waste to companies in China, Vietnam, and Mongolia.
· What are the legal and ethical concerns with shipping e-waste to these countries?