Clark_11e-TB-Comb-U03-FQs

Clark_11e-TB-Comb-U03-FQs - Appendix C for Unit Three...

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Appendix C for Unit Three Questions on the Features CHAPTER 12—CONTEMPORARY LEGAL DEBATES: PROMISSORY ESTOPPEL AND EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS A1. Ben works for Consumer Industries, Inc (CII). When CII fires Ben, he files  a suit against the firm. The court will most likely hold that CII is  not  liable  if a. Ben’s employment is at-will. b. Ben falls under the protection of a federal or state statute. c. Ben has an employment contract. d. Ben quit a previous job and moved to a new city to work for CII. ANSWER: A PAGE: 260 TYPE: = NAT: AACSB Reflective AICPA Legal B1. Digital Services Corporation (DSC) promises to hire Ellen. The day before  Ellen is to start work, DSC revokes the promise. In Ellen’s suit against  DSC, the court is most likely to hold that DSC is  not  liable to Ellen if a. Ellen’s promised employment is at-will. b. Ellen falls under the protection of a federal or state statute. c. Ellen has an employment contract. d. Ellen quit a previous job and moved to a new city to work for DSC. ANSWER: A PAGE: 260 TYPE: = 197
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198           TEST BANK A—UNIT THREE:  CONTRACTS AND E-CONTRACTS NAT: AACSB Reflective AICPA Legal CHAPTER 13—CONTEMPORARY LEGAL DEBATES: ARE ONLINE FANTASY SPORTS GAMBLING? A2. Jen participates in fantasy football games online by creating a fantasy team  composed of real-life players from different teams and competing against  teams created by other “owners.” Jen pays a fee to the sponsoring site,  which awards prizes at the end of the season. This is illegal gambling  activity according to a. a federal court. b. Congress. c. ESPN. d. none of the choices. ANSWER: D PAGE: 274 TYPE: N NAT: AACSB Reflective AICPA Legal B2. Van gambles online on the outcomes of football games by creating a fantasy  team composed of real-life players from different teams and betting a given  amount each week on the performances of those players. At the end of the 
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