Quiz 9 - Shelby Griffin March 9,2020 \u2013 March 16,2020 BUS 309 Week 10 Quiz 9 1 The Donald Wohlgemuth case shows that a trade secrets can be

Quiz 9 - Shelby Griffin March 9,2020 u2013 March...

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Shelby Griffin March 9,2020 – March 16,2020 BUS 309 Week 10 Quiz 9 1) The Donald Wohlgemuth case shows that a. trade secrets can be patented. b. trade secrets often become an integral part of an employee's total job skills and capabilities. c. employees need to divest themselves of any skill acquired while handling trade secrets. d. "noncompete" or "nondisclosure" contracts are always legally valid. 2) According to Professor Norman Bowie, which of the following factors is relevant to determining the morality of blowing the whistle? a. the whistle blower's motive b. whether internal channels have been exhausted c. whether the whistle blowing has some chance of success d. all of the above 3) Experimental studies suggest that when informed that the advice they’re receiving may be biased because of a conflict of interest, a. Those who disclose a conflict of interest rarely end up giving more biased advice than those who do not disclose b. Those who disclose a conflict of interest always end up giving more biased advice than those who do not disclose c. People tend to fail to discount the advice as much as they should.

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