Case Study: Barbershop

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This case involves the unlawful intentional theft on the part of three employees of POP 'S Barbershop. Willy, Jay and B, all employed by Pops the sole owner of the POPS Barbershop, intentionally stole fifty boxes of merchandise while picking up 50 boxes of distribution items for POP 'S Barbershop from Cordell Stoke 's Uptown Distributing Company. While packing, they intentionally packed 50 boxes of merchandise belonging to one Manny Martinez. It was also reported that 50 boxes of merchandise were taken from the packaging plant accidentally. These packages belonged to another customer Misty. In total, Jay, Willy and B took 100 extra boxes from Uptown distributors, 50 taken by the Pops employees intentionally and 50 which were taken accidentally.…show more content…
Another rule applicable to the case regards liability. An employer is to be held liable for any actions and or behavior of his or her employees. Therefore legally, an employer would be held accountable for the actions of his hired personnel. Analysis As Counsel to Mr. Cordell Stoke, I would surely advise for and facilitate a motion against Pops, the sole owner of POP 'S Barbershop. Being the sole owner of Uptown Distributors LLC. Distributing company, my client would have incurred damages in the form of profit loss due to the intentional and accidental theft of merchandise not to mention the irreversible damages inflicted to the credibility of his business and distributor clientele relationship due to the theft. All charges made would be directed towards Pops, as referenced in the rule “An employer is to be held liable for any actions and or behavior of his or her employees.” The merchandise belonging to my client intended for another customer was consciously and intentionally stolen by employees of POP 'S Barbershop, of which Pops is the sole owner. As such, Although Pops was not directly involved…show more content…
Stokes in this case, charges could possibly be laid against Pops and his establishment as his employees intentionally stole the 50 boxes of merchandise without the intention of returning them to my client’s business place. In accordance with the rule “An employer is to be held liable for any actions and or behavior of his or her employees.” Pops is legally liable for the actions of his employees and as such all charges would be lid against him and his establishment. However no charges would be laid against him for the loss of profit due to the removal of goods intended for misty due to it being an accidental theft. Therefore there was no intention to deprive, the items could have been returned to my client. This case involves the unlawful intentional theft on the part of three employees of POP 'S Barbershop. Willy, Jay and B, all employed by Pops the sole owner of the POPS Barbershop, intentionally stole fifty boxes of merchandise while picking up 50 boxes of distribution items for POP 'S Barbershop from Cordell Stoke 's Uptown Distributing Company. While packing, they intentionally packed 50 boxes of merchandise belonging to one Manny Martinez. It was also reported that 50 boxes of merchandise were taken from the packaging plant accidentally. These packages belonged to another customer Misty. In total, Jay, Willy and B took 100 extra boxes from Uptown distributors, 50 taken by the Pops employees intentionally and 50 which were taken

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