Need sociology Homework Help with McDonald’s® coffee case

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The McDonald’s® coffee case is one of the most famous civil cases in American law. Almost everyone has heard of it, and most people have an opinion about it. It is often used as a justification for tort reform. Prepare for the debate by reading the article "The Actual Facts about the McDonald's Coffee Case" retrieved from In addition, perform some research on tort reform.

The 'Lectric Law Library. (1996). The actual facts about the McDonald's coffee case. Retrieved from

Topic: McDonald’s Coffee Case Debate

VIOLATION: Students whose last names begin with the letters L through Z will argue that McDonald's did violate its obligation of care to the consumer by serving coffee at 185 degrees, and tort reform would prevent worthy plaintiffs from recovering the full amount of damages to which they are entitled. These students should clearly indicate their position on the debate by beginning each Discussion post with the heading "VIOLATION."

Each student must contribute at least one original idea and/or example representing his or her side of the debate

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