Attached Files: IRAC-Arabic.pdf IRAC-Arabic.pdf – Alternative Formats (191.402

Attached Files:
IRAC-Arabic.pdf IRAC-Arabic.pdf – Alternative Formats (191.402

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IRAC-Arabic.pdf IRAC-Arabic.pdf – Alternative Formats (191.402 KB)
Chapter 33 Case Hypothetical and Ethical Dilemma copy.docx Chapter 33 Case Hypothetical and Ethical Dilemma copy.docx – Alternative Formats (21.083 KB)
Action ItemsIn Brazil, the export industry always finds ways to cut costs. The international community expressed its dismay at the manufacturers’ latest cost-cutting decision to replace flouride with diethylene glycol in toothpaste. Flouride is designed to strengthen teeth enamel. Diethylene glycol is a poisonous substance used to make chemicals that are widely used by the automobile industry.The end product exported from Brazil was poisonous toothpaste that was not labeled to indicate that it contained diethylene glycol. When the poisonous chemical was found in the toothpaste, Costa Rican government officials issued a warning telling consumers to discard the toothpaste. In 2019, a study found that toothpaste containing diethylene glycol was harmless if the chemical concentration was below 15.6 percent. The contaminated toothpaste found in Costa Rica contained levels as high as 5 percent. Costa Rican government officials warned that it was unsafe in any concentration. It is especially harmful for children, as well as those suffering from weakened kidneys.
In July 2020, due to growing concern about the safety of the imported toothpaste, the Costa Rican government banned all manufacturers from using diethylene glycol in toothpaste. Investigators believed that the toothpaste originated from two small manufacturers in the Brazil but the manufacturers denied any wrongdoing.
The contaminated toothpaste was found in five shipping containers but there have not been any confirmed illnesses or deaths from using the contaminated toothpaste.
If you were manufacturing toothpaste and decided to substitute diethylene glycol for glycerin, would you consider it your ethical obligation to tell the consumer?
Submission InstructionsComplete by follow The Assignment Unstructured:
You must put your Name and Student ID and the class CRN on your word decument.
You must put your Name and Student ID and the class CRN on your word decument.
You must submit your assignment as a word document not pdf.
There are no word limits for writing your answer
You must use Times New Roman with Font Size 14 and Daball Line Spacing.
In order to answer your assignment, you must follow the IRAC strategy, otherwise you well loss marks. (You may not find the Role that you can apply to this case, therefore you should suggest what laws that the court may apply or what do you predict the court would decide in this case. )
IRAC Explnation decument, and the linke of the calss case study are attached. https://eu-lti.bbcollab.com/recording/e43eb3c7e57b4a1f83a674c977a31c30
You should use chapters 35 + 36 as resources for your assignment. However, I would suggest you to go farther and find a similar case study and use it as a Judicial Precedent to support your answer.
Finally, Per on your mind that you will not be able to have any extra time for submitting your assignment so please be restricted with the case study due date which is the 15th of November.
Grading Criteria0 – 15 points

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