Unformatted text preview: tires, transmission etc. But Jake argues that he is a certified mechanic and he is supposed to live up to the standards and under these circumstances, his action is reasonable and is under the circumstances. But Jake seems to have violated the limits of employment by being disobedient or violating the instructions given by his employer. Hence the question whether Jake is acting under the scope of employment has to be decided by the jury. Under the given circumstances, when Jake is working on the cars, Herman's free oil change it would appear that he is within the scope of employment....
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- Spring '08
- Law, Jake’s actions, clearly stated commands