*a minimum 300-word thread in response to the presented case study. review the case study presented in the forum and consider the questions at the end. Research sources in support of your answers. At least 2 sources, cited in-text and in a reference list, in current APA format, must be used, and can include the Bible.
Then, compose a post that addresses those questions and incorporates your research as well as Biblical integration. (Note that the reference list does not count toward the word count requirements.)
Case Study: Frederick is a student at Central Fictional State University (CFSU), and he has a great idea for a new business invention. Frederick’s invention and the business that he plans to found based on it will absolutely revolutionize the market and will make him very rich. He decides to share his idea with a few trusted professors, and he even uses the idea in a research project for one of his classes.
While Frederick is at home over summer break, he discovers, much to his dismay, that his professors have stolen his idea and have opened a business marketing his new invention. Frederick immediately seeks the advice of the local lawyer who has a reputation for being a “scorched-earth” litigator. He advises Frederick that he should sue “those professors for everything they’ve got.” Frederick, however, is not sure if he should file an aggressive lawsuit, or if there is a better way to proceed.
Frederick knows that your business recently completed mediation to settle a lawsuit filed by one of your suppliers. He comes to you for advice on how to proceed. What is your answer to Frederick? In your response, consider whether the decision to file suit or to proceed through some form of alternative dispute resolution is affected by the previous relationship with the professors (can/should you sue a friend, how will the decision impact an ongoing relationship, etc.). Also, what role could Frederick’s faith play in his decision?
Use the words “Lawsuit” or “ADR” in the subject line of your thread to reflect your conclusion. Do not use attachments, as these are cumbersome and inhibit the discussion process.
Szto, M. C. (2001). Lawyers as hired doves: Lessons from the Sermon on the Mount. Cumberland Law Review, 31, 27-46. (This article is available through the Jerry Falwell Library, using the JFL Library tab in Blackboard, in both the LexisNexis Academic and HeinOnline databases.)
Proverbs 17:14, 20:3, 25:8–10; Matthew 5:25–26, 38–42; Matthew 18:15-17; 1 Corinthians 6:1–8 (For these passages, you should consult some trusted exegetical commentaries, many of which may be found on www.ccel.org.)
Type of service-Academic paper writing
Type of assignment-Case study
Pages / words-1 / 275
Number of sources-2
Academic level-High School
Language style-US English