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MILESTONEScore19/25You passed this Milestone19 ques±ons were answered correctly.6 ques±ons were answered incorrectly.1If a bailment is voluntary and benefits both the bailor and the bailee, what sort of responsibility does the bailee owe the bailor?Extraordinary duty of careThe bailee has no responsibility in this case.Ordinary duty of careMinimum duty of careCONCEPTBailment 2
Select the true statement about statutory law.Statutes are formed by democra±cally elected legisla±ve bodies, subject to a system of checks and balances.At the federal level, the President has no power whatsoever over the crea±on of statutory law.Statutes at the state level are binding on all states.Congress may enact statutory law in any area it so chooses.CONCEPTLegisla±on and Other Sources of Law 3Chris±ne hires a deck company to build a deck. The company ini±ally does a terrible job and agrees to rebuild it. A court requires the company to pay for the cost of the inspec±onthat Chris±ne has done to ensure the rebuilt deck is structurally sound. This is an example of which type of monetary award?Incidental damagesNominal damagesConsequen±al damagesPuni±ve damages
CONCEPTMonetary Awards 4A technician from a u±lity company walks onto a homeowner's property to read the electrical meter and tramples some ﬂowers that grow under the meter.Which type of inten±onal tort does this represent?This ac±on does not rise to the level of an inten±onal tort.Invasion of privacyTrespassingMisrepresenta±onCONCEPTInten±onal Torts 5A red car crashes into a blue car at night on a dark road. The driver of the blue car sues the other driver for negligence.Assuming it is true, which of the following would represent a strong defense against the negligence claim?The driver of the blue car was drunk and driving erra±cally, which caused the accident.Neither driver was wearing a seatbelt.
The red car was rushing to the scene of another accident to provide medical care.Both drivers assumed the increased risk associated with driving at night.CONCEPTNegligent Torts: Damages and Defenses 6Wilhelm discovers that a tech company has just received a patent for a new type of headphone that reduces the poten±al for hearing damage at high volume. The existence of thisnew technology is not yet widely known. However, once Wilhelm learns about it, he tells several of his friends, and they all buy stock in the tech company.Does Wilhelm's conduct violate trade secret law?No, because the company is not yet deriving value from the technology.No, because the inven±on of this technology is publicly available informa±on through the issuance of the patent.Yes, because Wilhelm will poten±ally profit from his discovery.Yes, because Wilhelm misappropriated the tech company's trust by telling his friends about the new technology.