Business Ethics Week 2
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Business Ethics Week 2


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Is hot coffee so dangerous, as the jury thought Should a reasonable consumer be expected to know that coffee can burn and to have assumed this risk Is a warning label sufficient Is our society too protective of consumers these days, or not protective enoughMcDonalds coffee, having been served at the temperature of 185 degrees, while significantly hotter than home-brewed coffee, is not terribly dangerous if one follows proper common sense and allows it to cool down for a minute before opening the lid. From the case file, it sounds as though Ms. Liebeck did not do this. She also foolishly held the coffee between her legs while attempting to pry the lid open, and from the wording of the case, she was doing so while actively driving, which is not only dangerous but foolish, as any number of

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