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FIN3055_Test0 - S04 Business Law Test #1 True/False...

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S04 Business Law Test #1 Form A True/False Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false. ____ 1. In a civil trial for money damages, either party can demand a jury trial. ____ 2. Sandra sued her employer, Cape Inc., claiming that she was sexually harassed on the job. This is a criminal lawsuit. ____ 3. In order for a plaintiff to win a case involving intentional infliction of emotion distress, she must prove the defendant acted in an extreme and outrageous manner. ____ 4. In order for a federal court to have jurisdiction, there must be a federal question involved and at least $50,000 in dispute. ____ 5. Primary methods of alternative dispute resolution include litigation and mediation. ____ 6. Summary judgment is appropriate when there are no essential facts in dispute. ____ 7. Common law is a body of cases decided by legislatures. ____ 8. A tort is a violation of a duty imposed by the civil law. Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 9. The Minnesota legislature passed a law requiring that employers allow each employee adequate time within each four consecutive hours of work to utilize the nearest convenient restroom. This law is: a. an executive order. b. an ordinance. c. a statute. d. a stare decisis . ____ 10. Don was standing in a cafeteria line holding a plate. Tim was upset with Don and grabbed the plate out of Don's hand. Tim then held the plate up and threatened to break it over Don's head. Tim has committed: a. a battery, but not an assault. b. an assault, but not a battery. c. Both an assault and a battery. d. Neither an assault nor a battery. ____ 11. Federal jurisdiction based upon a "federal question" include cases based on: a. the United States Constitution. b. a federal statute. c. a federal treaty. d. All of the above. ____ 12. A salesclerk at Sparkle Jewelry Store observed a customer remove a ring from a display case and put it in his pocket. In most states, Sparkle: a. can reasonably detain the customer for suspicion of shoplifting. b. cannot detain the customer but can alert the police. c.
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2008 for the course FIN 3055 taught by Professor Cgiles during the Fall '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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