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Business Law and Filing Suits

1). Greg filed a suit against Holly , Greg seeks to recover the cost to provide copies of documents in hyperlinked CD format. According to the courts in case 3.3, Phansalkar v Anderson , Wien Roth & Co., this could cost be awarded if:
A) all parties used the electronics copies (B) Greg advanced the expense, hoping to recovery later (C) Holly consented to the expense in advance (D) the court encourage the submission of electronic copies

2) Lee files suit against Grant. Lee and Grant meet, and each party attorney argues the parts case before a jury. The jury present a non-bidding verdict, after which the parties try to reach an agreement. This is
A) mini-trail (B) arbitration (C) summary jury trail (D) early neutral case evaluation
3) Sally files a suit against Tom. Before going to trail, the parties meet with their attorney to represent them, to try to resolve their dispute. A third party assist them in reaching an agreement. This is
A) arbitration (B) litigation (C) mediation (D) negotiation

4) At Sea Food Café, Tom believes that he was overcharged and shoves Wally, a waiter. Wally sues Tom, alleging that the shove was battery. Tom is liable if
A) Sea Food did not over charged Tom (B) the shove was offensive (C) Tom acted out of malice (D) Wally did not wait on Tom.
5) Todd files a suit against United Media Corporation for defamation. Actual malice must be shown for recovery of damages If Todd is
A) Corporate officer (B) Non- Citizen (C) private individual (D) public figure
6) Kelly is an appliance salesperson. Kelly commits fraud if to make a sale ,she
A) disclose the truth (B) represent as a fact something that she knows is untrue. (C) states an opinion concerning something that she knows nothing about (D) uses puffery.
7) As a joke, Fran hides Gary business law book so that he cannot find it during the week before the exam. Fran is liable for
A) appropriation (B) disparagement of property (C) trespass to personal property (D) wrong interference with a business relationship.

8) Diane, a clerk at an Entertainment Unlimited store, takes a DVD player from the store without permission , Diane is liable for
A) appropriation (B) conversion (C) disparagement of property (D) wrongful interference with a business relationship
9) Eve, an architect , hires Frank, an accountant to handle her accounts. Dissatisfied with Frank's work sues him, alleging negligence. Frank may successfully defend against the suit by proving that he
A) did not injure Eve in any way (B) does not know every principle of accounting (C) preformed as well as an ordinary person could have (D) performed as well as Eve could have

10) D-Struct Company is a demolition firm During a D-Struct operation Earl . a passerby is injured Under the theory of strict liability, D- Struct is liable.
A) only if Earl's injury was reasonably foreseeable (B) only if its crew intended to injure Earl (C) only if its crew knew of normal consequences of its actions (D) whether or not its crew was at fault

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1). Greg filed a suit against Holly , Greg seeks to recover the cost to provide copies of documents in hyperlinked CD format. According to the courts in case 3.3, Phansalkar v Anderson , Wien Roth & Co., this could cost be awarded if:
A) all parties used the electronics copies (B) Greg advanced the expense, hoping to recovery later (C) Holly consented to the expense in advance (D) the court encourage the submission of electronic copies
(C) Holly consented to the expense in advance: then she is liable to pay.
2) Lee files suit against Grant. Lee and Grant meet, and each party attorney argues the parts case before a jury. The jury present a non-bidding verdict, after which the parties try to reach an agreement. This is
A) mini-trail (B) arbitration (C) summary jury trail (D) early neutral case evaluation
(C) summary jury trial.
3) Sally files a suit against Tom. Before going to ...

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