Evaluate the plan for ethical issues. Where in the proposal do the issues occur?

In Project Two: Assessing Financial Performance, your loyalty rewards program product line proposed a marketing and sales campaign targeting low-income neighborhoods. While you were doing your KPI analysis, the company’s legal team reviewed the same document to address any legal or ethical concerns.
The company CEO has forwarded you a memo from the legal team that discusses legal and ethical issues. Changes in the plan must be made to address these issues. Without these changes, the legal team will not approve the marketing and sales proposal.
For each issue, the CEO wants you to recommend changes to the proposal that satisfy the requirements the legal team has described. For the legal issues, the company lawyers describe how the company needs to interpret and apply existing laws.
Review the memo received from the legal department, available in the Supporting Materials section. For each legal issue, include the requirements outlined below in the attached prompt.
Evaluate the plan for legal issues.
Where in the proposal do the issues occur?
Recommend changes to address the legal concerns.
Cite or quote their language to show what you are addressing.
State what aspects of the plan need to change in some way to address the concern.
Recommend one or more possible changes.
Explain how your recommendations meet the legal requirements.
For each ethical issue, include the requirements outlined below:
Evaluate the plan for ethical issues.
Where in the proposal do the issues occur?
Consider which ethical frameworks apply.
Recommend changes to address the ethical concerns.
Cite or quote their language to show what you are addressing.
State what aspects of the plan need to change in some way to address the concern.
Recommend one or more possible changes.
Explain how your recommendations meet the ethical concerns.
Assess your recommendations for alignment to organizational parameters.
Refer to the mission and vision statement from Project One (linked in the Supporting Materials).

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