The IDDR Approach and Fraudulent Misrepresentation. Data Con
The IDDR Approach and Fraudulent Misrepresentation. Data Consulting Group contracted with Weston Medsurg Center, a health-care facility in Charlotte, North Carolina, to install, maintain, and manage Westonâ€™s computers and software. At about the same time, Ginger Blackwood began to work for Weston as a medical billing and coding specialist. Soon, she was submitting false time reports and converting Weston documents and data to her own purposes. On her request, Data Consultingâ€™s manager Nasko Dinev removed evidence of her actions from her work computer. [Weston Medsurg Center v. Blackwood, 795 S.E.2d 829 (2017)] (See Voluntary Consent.)What should Weston do when it learns of these activities? With respect to this situation, identify and consider the firmâ€™s primary ethical dilemma using the IDDR approach.Suppose that despite Dinevâ€™s efforts, Weston is later able to recover the data that were removed from Blackwoodâ€™s work computer. How might this affect Westonâ€™s choices? Discuss.