In a paper of at least 2,100 words (exclusive of title, abstract and reference pages), analyze the case of Abercrombie & Fitch. Begin by conducting an Internet search for news articles about the 2003 lawsuit, the offensive t-shirts, and 2015 case before the Supreme Court. Then, address the following questions: What patterns do you see in A&F’s treatment of individuals from non-majority backgrounds? What ethical issues are associated with A&F’s behavior? Explain which ethical principle or principles the company has violated and which ethical theory or theories you think makes for the best analysis of the situation. The 2003 lawsuit against A&F was legally well-founded (in terms of the outcome), but was the lawsuit ethically well-founded? Why or why not? How about the 2015 court case? What legal and ethical principles are involved in this more recent lawsuit involving the right to wear a religious head covering? What has A&F done to respond to the lawsuits and to the other challenges to its corporate practices related to treatment of minority groups? To what extent do you believe A&F’s actions have been sufficient? What evidence can you find that A&F has changed its corporate practices? Would diversity training based in deontology or utilitarianism or virtue ethics help to prevent such insensitivity from happening in a company such as A&F? Why or why not?