Daily Outline 18 (BUS L-201; Legal Enviornment of Business; Brown)

Daily Outline 18 (BUS L-201; Legal Enviornment of Business; Brown)

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Unformatted text preview: Daily Outline 18: Text pages 225-229 1. Why does Professor Brown care about this reading assignment and why does she believe you will care? (a \Q‘ Now that you know all of the elements of a negligence action, you need to understand what the, defenses are available that can limit defendant’s ultimate liability, even where negligence is L, Qkfiound. Many of you have started to think about this topic already; in class, there was some \0 \‘Ydiscussion about what happens when the plaintiff himself contributes to the injury, or when he ‘5‘ W" assumes the risk that the injury might occur. This reading assignment will answer all of your 9 Gib questions, and will clear up the issues of exactly how far negligence liability can go. 2. Reading questions: What should you focus on as you read this assignment? 0 Distinguish be / ,fll ._. 1.1.“). , ,. een contributory negligence and comparative negligence. V “W: t. , 5, f ' l v- r “"1 f 3 ,1 x‘ .: :' f ,‘ “mm-w. We; 7,.“ hwfljwt.‘ .N‘s‘, t o What is the formula for determining the amount of plaintiff’s recovery in comparative negligence systems? ‘ Jo: j r. x I ~- (:3?) Distinguish between implied and express assumption of risk. , .5 xx 1‘in r y." , I V; E “in.” “5",. I I 5: J; l‘g / L229»; ~= \ r ,‘ 15‘ a :9 :'-_ a‘cv‘ ‘1‘?“ch _\ i, A; ( I. :'~~L-. .1 : -( ’ ‘1”; hi,“ r 3,:,_ . n o Whati strict liability? What is the social policy behind its imposition? / ) F M j ‘~ «I. 1‘,n i. A)": ' if» .15”; I. » ‘ ‘ ww‘x g. ""r‘ ;.x‘-:‘*"‘,j ‘1 ¥ 1" (a a: C : ‘ = 1‘ J“ 3% "AL A HZ l V Hi: we p . i): CVLMTO'N cum/5% / «t v "‘M / . j , r, ,r < ‘t ‘ _ ml xl . ,_ r_ . ‘j “as I .4, V 3. Discussion questions: [Insert some questions that came to your mind while reading the assignment that you would like discussed by the class or by Professor Brown during the next class session] 4. Words you looked up from this assignment: [Insert definitions for any words or legal jargon you did not know that came up in this reading] 1”!) 49m, {agfixfimk- a wwék m" min “a k g , Q 5 W 3 M“ WW“ "W ’3" vim % fivmv Wm WWW” g}? as CQMVW‘ ' 0m- g B y‘y‘bfiw rat“; zu-Akxksfiy. (:CL RE.» Mmimm em?» ‘jvgmdx My {fig 5‘ mmfitfivfiwfi - may 30 a? g g ‘if'fi {1 gym \M L} L"; A L! ...
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2011 for the course BUS 100 taught by Professor Intro during the Fall '11 term at UCSB.

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Daily Outline 18 (BUS L-201; Legal Enviornment of Business; Brown)

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