Use of EPI Products in GC Cleaning Services
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Use of EPI Products in GC Cleaning Services
The purpose of this project is to research, analyze and apply tort law, product liability law, agency and contract law and their associated potential risks and liabilities in business. The project requires you to identify and analyze legal issues and to make recommendations.
You will also develop skills in critical thinking to create an in-depth comprehensive analysis.
The project relates to the concepts covered in weeks 1-7. You should refer to assigned materials in earlier weeks of the course, including Instructor Notes in Week 3 and other weeks.
Outcomes Met by Completing this Assignment:
recommend appropriate actions in the business environment based on an understanding of sources of law, legal process and procedure, and available remedies
analyze contractual rights, obligations, liabilities, and remedies in the business environment
analyze tort rights, obligations, liabilities, and remedies in the business environment
Background: Things are moving quickly for the GC owners. They are almost ready to open operations. GC will be purchasing EPI products exclusively for use in GC cleaning services and will be reselling some EPI products to the public. The GC owners have some final concerns about these sales contracts and about potential liabilities that could arise from the use of EPI products.
Winnie and Ralph asked you to complete research and prepare some instructional materials to present in a memorandum for discussion among Winnie, Ralph, the GC owners, and you at a meeting. You decide to create hypothetical scenarios for analysis and later discussion at the meeting.
Part I. Use of EPI Products in GC Cleaning Services
Review the tort of product liability in week 3 Overview, Instructor Notes.
Review the scenario below and respond to the items following.
Scenario: GC contracted to clean the ABC Industries, Inc. (ABC) office building using EPI cleaning products. GC assigned several experienced GC employees to the job. While cleaning the office windows with EPI’s Clear Light window cleaner, the cleaner left a sticky film on several of the windows. The cleaner was used exactly according to product directions. The sticky film could not be removed except by scraping which left permanent scratches on the windows. GC had used Clear Light many times before with no damage or problems.
ABC expects GC to pay to replace the windows and sues GC to recover costs of replacing the windows. Note: ABC sued only GC.
Analyze and discuss whether GC has any potential liability under product liability law for damage to the windows as described in the scenario:
Describe any possible product liability claim(s) for which ABC could sue GC and why/how the claim(s) could apply to GC.
2-3 paragraphs minimum
Analyze and describe whether GC is likely to be found liable for the claim(s) identified in #1 above and why.
2-3 paragraphs minimum
Assume GC is found liable for the claim(s) identified in #1 above. Does GC have any recourse to sue EPI to recover the costs for paid to ABC to replace the windows and why.
1-2 paragraphs minimum
Part II. Agency
GC and EPI agreed that GC will purchase EPI products exclusively for use in GC cleaning services. EPI and GC have drafted a standard sales contract to represent their agreement. The contract terms for the sale of EPI cleaning products include:
GC agrees to purchase all its cleaning product needs for three (3) years exclusively from EPI;
The price for the purchased products will remain the same for GC for the three (3) year period;
EPI grants permission to GC to resell any of the EPI-purchased products directly to customers, including businesses, via the GC website and its public retail store;
GC will purchase cleaning products monthly that will be delivered via EPI trucks;
EPI and GC have agreed on the price, payment terms, delivery dates and locations, etc. for delivery.
Scenario: GC has a large supply of EPI products in its storage warehouse for use in cleaning services and to resell to customers. GC sold two (2) cases of Stain-Away carpet cleaning solution to Mark’s Carpet Cleaning, a sole proprietorship. At the time of purchase, Mark told GC he will use Stain-Away to clean carpets for his clients and would like to purchase more Stain-Away from GC in the future.
- Analyze and explain whether the sale of Stain-Away to Mark, and Mark’s use of the product for his clients, creates an agency relationship with GC and why or why not.
TO: Winnie James, Ralph Anders
FROM: (your name)
DATE: (date completed)
RE: Sale and Resale of EPI Products
Use correct, complete sentences, in paragraph format.
Use in-text citations and a Reference List in APA format.
Support and explain all conclusions in detail.
Write an in-depth, comprehensive analysis.
Review the Project Memorandum
Thoroughly read the project to ensure all required elements are present.
Review the grading rubric to ensure that you gain the most points possible for this assignment.
Proofread for spelling and grammatical issues.
Use the spell and grammar check in Word.
Submit the project in the Assignment Folder The assignment submitted to the Assignment Folder will be considered a student’s final product, and therefore, ready for grading by the professor. It is incumbent upon the student to verify the assignment is the correct submission.
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