Bugusa Inc. Case Summary

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BUGusa, Inc., Worksheet Use the scenarios in the Bugusa, Inc., link located on the student website to answer the following questions. Scenario: WIRETIME, Inc., Advertisement Has WIRETIME, Inc., committed any torts? If so, explain. By publishing the statements for more than one month that BUGusa, Inc,’s electronic recording devices were low quality and did not work reliably WIRETIME, Inc. has committed an intentional tort as they were willful in bringing about the statement that caused potential harm to BUGusa, Inc. This type of negative activity can be classified as defamation due to the statements being false and defamatory. Scenario: WIRETIME, Inc. (Janet) Has WIRETIME, Inc. committed any torts? If so, explain. In this circumstance, WIRETIME has committed a Tortious Interference with Existing Contractual Relationship Tort. WIRETIME had urged Janet to halt the current contract with BUGusa for their employment. WIRETIME had detailed information of and accurately viewed the contract. WIRETIME vigorously stalled the contract which created losses due to locating a substitution…show more content…
A company should provide a safe parking lot for their employees since so many will get to work early and stay late into the evening. Also if the operation has a 24 hour staff the night shift should be equally safe as the day time employees while at work. With that being said, I do think that BUGusa has a defense. From what I understand, as long as BUGusa has some sort of security policy that goes over how the company tries to make the parking lots safe. The company should also show that a valid effort has been made to follow the security plan. The company cannot be held liable for random acts of violence, just because it was on their property. If the company makes even a little effort into parking lot or garage safety, I do not think they can be

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