Clark_11e-TB-Comb-U02-FQs

Clark_11e-TB-Comb-U02-FQs - Appendix B for Unit Two...

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Appendix B for Unit Two Questions on the Features CHAPTER 6—CONTEMPORARY LEGAL DEBATES: TORT REFORM A1. Vern wants to file a suit on behalf of all diabetes patients against Wonder  Pharmaceutical Corporation. Under the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005,  Vern a. can shop around for a state court that might award large damages. b. must file the suit in a federal court. c. must file the suit in a state that bans or limits punitive damages. d. must file the suit in a state that has caps on noneconomic damages. ANSWER: B PAGE: 124 TYPE: N NAT: AACSB Reflective AICPA Legal B1. Mavis   files   a   suit   against   National   Corporation   and   obtains   a   large  damages award. Omni Insurance, Inc., is National’s insurer. Ultimately,  the cost of the damages award will be paid by a. Mavis. b. National. c. National’s customers. d. Omni. ANSWER: C PAGE: 124 TYPE: N 95
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96           TEST BANK A—UNIT TWO:  TORTS AND CRIMES NAT: AACSB Reflective AICPA Legal CHAPTER 8—INSIGHT INTO E-COMMERCE: SEARCH ENGINES VERSUS COPYRIGHT OWNERS A2. Pop Pix, Inc., owns and sells photos from its database on the Internet.  Query Corporation operates a search engine that displays its results in  thumbnail images, which sometimes include copies of Pop Pix’s photos,  without its permission. Query’s use of the photos is most likely a. a fair use.
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