Written Analysis

Your Critical Thinking Analysis should be two pages double-spaced, discussing the issue presented emphasizing the connections between business, law, politics, and ethics. 13-16
Kauffman owned a bird named Salty from 1996 until 2005, when the bird died while under the care of Dr. Langhofer. Kauffman sued Langhofer for professional negligence and wrongful death, and sought damages for, among other things, loss of companionship and emotional distress. How do you think the court ultimately decided that the value of a killed or injured pet should be determined? Kaufman v. Langhofer, 233 Ariz. 239, 222 P3d 272 (2009).
The plaintiff parked his motorcycle in the defendant’s parking garage, from which it was allegedly stolen. The plaintiff had parked his motorcycle without assistance and retained his keys. The parties’ relationship was governed by a written “Garage Agreement,” which provided that the plaintiff “licensee” parked at his “own risk.” The plaintiff sued to recover the value of his motorcycle. The trial court found that there was no bailment and dismissed the case. How do you think the appellate court ruled? Ernest Burke, Plaintiff-Respondent, v. Riverbay Corp., 2009 N.Y. slip op. 52386U, 2009 N.Y. Misc. LEXIS 3225.

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