LAw 531 Final Exam - 1) A The use of app oint ed jud ges...

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1) The concept of flexibility in the law is best illustrated by: 
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A. The  use  of  app oint ed  jud ges  rath er  tha elec ted  jud ges . B. Pas sing  stat ues  that  pur pos ely  do  not  add
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2) The school of jurisprudence that believes that free market forces should  determine the outcome to lawsuits is: 
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A. The  Criti cal  Leg al  Stu dies  sch ool B. The  Soc iolo gica sch ool C. The  Co mm and  sch ool
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3) Which of the following is true about litigating commercial disputes? 
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A. few  stat es  hav est abli she spe ciali zed  trial  cou rts  for  co mm erci al  disp ute s. B. Co mm erci al 
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4) A ___________ is a court appointed party who conducts a private trial and  renders a judgement. 
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A. Judi cial  refe ree B. Arbi trat or C. Fac t- find er D. Neg otia tor
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5) ________ is a form of alternative dispute resolution that is often used when the  parties involved do not want to face one another. 
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Mini - trial Fac t- findi ng Neg otia tion Con cilia tion
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6) Which form of alternative dispute resolution occurs when the parties choose an  impartial third party to hear and decide their dispute? 
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Mini trial Con cilia tion Arbi trati on Me diati on
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7) The Double Diamond Dude Ranch is located in Montana and maintains a web  site on the Internet. Before the Internet, the ranch relied exclusively on word-of- mouth advertising. The web site simply provides some general information and  lists the ranch’s phone number for reservations, but reservations cannot be made  online. The ranch has no other connections or presence outside of Montana. Bob  lives in Ohio and learned of the ranch through its web site. Bob then spent a week  as a paying guest at the ranch, but was injured when he fell off a horse. Can Bob  sue the dude ranch in Ohio state court? 
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A. No,  bec aus cas es  invo lvin resi den ts  of  two  diff ere nt  stat es  mu st  be  filed  in  fed eral not  stat e,  cou rt.
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8) What is the result of the “effects on interstate commerce” test? 
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Co mm erci al  spe ech  prot ecti ons  app ly  only  to  spe ech  that  has  an  effe ct  on  inte rsta te  co mm erc B.
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9) If there is an area of interstate commerce that the federal government has not  chosen to regulate, the states can: 
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A. Reg ulat e in  that  are so  lon as it  first  get the  req uisit app rov al  fro Con gre ss. B. Not  reg ulat
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10) The legal effect of the presence of a superceding event is that: 
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