STUDY GUIDE_1 - Proximate cause Punitive damages Recall Res ipsa loquitur Slander Standing stare decisis Strict liability Tort Transferred intent

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BUSINESS LAW Exam 1 - Ch's 1st, 2nd, 3rd [5], 4th [6] I. You should understand the following terms: Assault Assumption of risk Battery Breach Causation Chain of distribution Common law Concurring opinion Contributory negligence Defamation Dissent Dram shop acts Duty Equity Failure to warn False imprisonment Flexibility in the law Foreseeability Fraud (Intentional misrepresentation) Injury Intentional infliction of emotional distress (“Outrage”) Intentional tort (“Fault”) Invitee Jurisdiction Libel Licensee Manufacturing defect Merchant protection statute Negligence Negligence per se Product defects Product disparagement
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Unformatted text preview: Proximate cause Punitive damages Recall Res ipsa loquitur Slander Standing stare decisis Strict liability Tort Transferred intent Venue II. You should be able to: Describe the federal and state court systems and the functions of the courts at each level Explain the elements required to prove negligence, and defenses against negligence claims Explain the elements required to prove strict liability, and defenses against strict liability claims ID and describe the intentional torts against persons and property ID and describe the sources of law in the United States...
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2011 for the course TSTM 240 taught by Professor Clingman during the Fall '08 term at South Carolina.

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