ASRS LEGAL CASE.

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ASRSLEGALCASE
Table of ContentsSOLUTION 1.................................................................................................................................................3SOLUTION 2:-...............................................................................................................................................3SOLUTION 3:-...............................................................................................................................................4SOLUTION 4:-...............................................................................................................................................4References...................................................................................................................................................6
SOLUTION 1.The various parties that are involved in the contract might adapt the legal directions like the DBbelieves that the market could be mainly developed in Asia, which mainly provides high risingautomated warehouse solutions at more reasonable rates which are demanded by the goodsuppliers by using the variations in normally used ASRS configuration.1The parties involved inthe contract can take legal action against the managing director and the general manager of thecompany as they shows their experiences and qualifications false and appoint the individuals forthe completion of the work with no qualification which results to liquidation of the company.They can recover their loss from the owners of the company.SOLUTION 2:-The motivations of the two external contractors, which were described by the full-time employees ofthe company were questioned. These two contractors were approached by the client, and theyprovided the inside information about the project to the clients for which they received a handsomeamount which contribute to terminate the contract with DB. The two contractors were liable for thewinding up of the company and in the legal sense they were liable for disclosing the personalinformation of the company to the client and action can be taken accordingly and in the ethical sense1BURNS, BEVERLY, ARCO Alaska Inc., A, 'Development Implications And Systems Tract Architecture Of Zones 2BAnd 2C, Ivishak Sandstone, North Slope, Alaska' (2000) 84Bulletin.
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