FINAL - CHAPTER7:BUSINESSCRIMEQuestionTF#68 1.

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1. CHAPTER 7: BUSINESS CRIME Question TF #68   Monitors are often required by the Justice Department as part of a settlement of charges of  corporate violations of criminal law.    Student  Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  False      2.  True 100%       Score: 5/5    2. CHAPTER 8: BUSINESS TORTS Question TF #60   The Supreme Court recently ruled that in cases with substantial compensatory damages, punitive  damages that do not exceed a 3:1 ratio are acceptable.    Score: 5/5    3. CHAPTER 8: BUSINESS TORTS Question TF #52   Contributory negligence is a complete defense to negligence.    Score: 5/5    4.
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CHAPTER 7: BUSINESS CRIME Question MC #9   The No Electronic Theft Act:    Score: 5/5    5. CHAPTER 4: BUSINESS AND THE CONSTITUTION Question TF #27   Corporations cannot make political contributions because of First Amendment constraints.    Score: 5/5    6. CHAPTER 8: BUSINESS TORTS Question TF #36   Landowners owe duties to people who enter their property.    Score: 5/5    7. CHAPTER 11: CONTRACTS AND SALES: PERFORMANCE AND REMEDIES Question TF #57
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  A multi-million dollar contract between a manufacturer and a parts supplier provides for damages  of $300 per day for late delivery is void as a penalty contract.    Score: 5/5    8. CHAPTER 9: PRODUCT ADVERTISING AND LIABILITY Question MC #3   The implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose requires:    Score: 5/5    9. CHAPTER 10: CONTRACTS AND SALES: INTRODUCTION AND FORMATION Question TF  #16   The UCC Merchants' Confirmation Memorandum allows enforcement of a contract that is signed  by only one party.    Score: 5/5   
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10. CHAPTER 8: BUSINESS TORTS Question MC #4   Public figures:    Score: 5/5    11. CHAPTER 2: BUSINESS ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Question MC #16   An unclear situation that has potential legal and ethical issues can be referred to as a ____ area.    Score: 5/5    12. CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO LAW Question TF #46   If you run a red light and hit and injure a pedestrian, both civil and criminal laws will apply.         Score: 5/5 
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  13. CHAPTER 3: THE COURT SYSTEM AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION Question TF #29   An appellate court has the authority to order a new trial.    Score: 5/5    14. CHAPTER 2: BUSINESS ETHICS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Question MC #21   Which of the following is not  a benefit of using ethics as a business strategy?    Score: 5/5    15. CHAPTER 10: CONTRACTS AND SALES: INTRODUCTION AND FORMATION Question MC 
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2011 for the course BUS 401 taught by Professor John during the Fall '08 term at Bucks New University.

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