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 Week 4 ProjectAssignment Task: Submit to complete this assignment Due June 29 at 12:59 AM

Legal and Ethical Scenarios

Select two of the scenarios provided below. Analyze the facts in the scenarios and develop appropriate arguments and recommendations using case law and scholarly sources. Do not copy the case studies into the paper. Cite your sources in APA format on a separate page. Submit the paper to the Submissions Area by the due date assigned.

Scenario 1—Bankruptcy

Katrina, a risk manager for State Farm Insurance, filed a petition in bankruptcy under Chapter 7, seeking to discharge $55,000 in credit-card debts and $35,000 in student loans.  Katrina’s husband died and left her with two children, Paula, who attended college, and Dean, who was fifteen years old.  According to Katrina, Dean was an “elite” runner who practiced ten to fifteen hours a week and placed first or second at more than forty competitive events. Dean was homeschooled with academic achievements that were average for his grade level.  Katrina’s petition showed monthly income of $5,400 and expenses of $5,100.  The expenses included annual homeschool costs of $6,200 and annual running expenses of $7,500.  The expenses did not include college costs for Paula, or airfare for her upcoming summer trip to Italy, and other items.  The trustee allowed monthly expenses of $4,400, with nothing allocated for running expense  and asked the court to dismiss the petition.

  • If Katrina qualified for Chapter 7, which debts would be discharged?  Which debts would not be discharged?  Why?
  • Using the median income from your state, does Katrina qualify for Chapter 7?  Remember to count the number of people in the household.
  • Should the court grant the trustee’s request?  Does Katrina have other options if the Chapter 7 petition is dismissed?
  • Explain your answers and support them with relevant scholarly sources.

Scenario II – Insurance

Juanita owns a home in Birmingham, Alabama.  Her elderly grandmother lives in the house so Juanita can help take care of her.  Juanita decides to purchase a fire insurance policy from Allstate to cover the house and a life insurance policy from Liberty Mutual to cover funeral and other expenses that will be incurred when her grandmother dies.   Six months later, Juanita sells the house to Ben.  Juanita and her grandmother move into a rental home.  One month prior to the expiration of the fire insurance, Juanita’s old house burns to the ground.  Shortly after, her grandmother dies.  The insurance companies state that they are not liable because Juanita did not have an insurable interest in the home or her grandmother.  The premiums were returned to Juanita.

  • Discuss the claims for all parties (Juanita, Allstate and Liberty).

Scenario III— Bankruptcy

Locate one of the following scholarly articles about bankruptcy in the SUO Online Library.  Summarize the article in your own words.  Identify and discuss the most important aspect of the article, as well as any ethical issues.   

Adkisson, R. V., & Saucedo, E. (2012). Emulation and state-by-state variations in bankruptcy rates. The Journal of Socio-Economics, 41(4), 400. doi:10.1016/j.socec.2012.04.008

 Boettcher, J., Cavanagh, G., & Xu, M. (2014). Ethical Issues that arise in Bankruptcy. Business & Society Review (00453609), 119(4), 473-496. doi:10.1111/basr.12042

 Crack, T. F., & Roberts, H. (2015). Credit cards, excess debt, and the time value of money: The parable of the debt banana. Journal of Financial Education, 41(1), 117-137.

Grote, K. R., & Matheson, V. A. (2014). The impact of state lotteries and casinos on state bankruptcy filings. Growth & Change, 45(1), 121-135. doi:10.1111/grow.12030

 Joseph, M. B. (2016). Consumer pro se bankruptcy: Finding hope in hopelessness. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, 35(5), 32-33.

Labatt, J., Forrest, M., & Swartz, R. (2016). Discharging student loans in bankruptcy: Good luck with that.     Proceedings of the Allied Academies International Conference. International Academy for Case Studies, 23(1) 8-11.

McQuade, A. (2016). The antidote to zombie foreclosures: How bankruptcy courts should address the zombie foreclosure crisis. Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal, 32(2), 507-535.

Pardo, R. I. (2016). Taking bankruptcy rights seriously.  Washington Law Review, 91(3), 1115-1191.

Ramsey, S., Blough, D., Kirchhoff, A., Kreizenbeck, K., Fedorenko, C., Snell, K., . . . Overstreet, K. (2013). Washington state cancer patients found to be at greater risk for bankruptcy than people without A cancer diagnosis. Health Affairs, 32(6), 1143-52.

Sousa, M. D. (2013). Bankruptcy stigma: A socio-legal study. The American Bankruptcy Law Journal, 87(4), 435-482.

 Wikel, D., & Lane, E. (2012). Moral and ethical considerations for turnaround professionals. American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, 31(7), 36-37,88-89.

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