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a. The in- kind contribution to his son is a violation of the law. b. A scholarship to Mr. Forsyth would be illegal, but not to his son. c. The ABA has not violated any law if there is no connection between the proposed rule and the scholarship. d. none of the above Appeals from federal administrative agency decisions go: a. to federal district court. b. to U.S. Court of Appeals. c. directly to the U.S. Supreme Court. d. none of the above
Which of the following is a requirement under Sarbanes-Oxley? a. The majority of the board of directors must be independent. b. No inside officers can serve on the board of directors. c. Lawyers must blow the whistle on their corporate clients engaged in fraud. d. all of the above People from the United States pledged $3.3 billion to support the rebuilding efforts in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake there. However, after 3 years, half of the money has not been dispersed, and nearly 500,000 people still live in tents. As a result, many who have made pledges have decided not to fulfill the remainder of their pledges because of the inaction on the part of the relief fund in getting the funds dispersed, the buildings rebuilt, and the housing constructed. What issue is there about whether there is a contractual obligation? a. The inability to enforce international contracts. b. Whether a pledge to make a gift is supported by consideration. c. Whether there can be a pledge across country borders. d. Whether the pledges were in writing. A hostile tender offer is made: a. to the board of the target company. b. to the shareholders of the target company.
c. through SEC communications to shareholders. d. none of the above Data barn litigation cases have used which of these legal theories? a. trespass b. battery c. nuisance d. a and c The state of Arizona has just passed a law requiring that oranges shipped into the state from growers located outside of the state meet certain minimum size requirements. The size requirements do not apply to oranges grown in Arizona. The new Arizona statute is: a. a permissible regulation of commerce. b. an impermissible regulation of interstate commerce. c. permissible so long as the statute promotes the health and welfare of the state's residents. d. constitutional if there is a regulatory protest means available. Suppose A-Plus Linens sent the following notice to John C. Lincoln Hospital: "On your next call for bids, call us. We'll give you a $5 discount for every 100 pounds of linen we clean for you." The notice sent by A-Plus: a. is contract interference. b. is defamatory. c. is invasion of privacy. d. none of the above
Cheong Choon Ng, the owner of Rainbow Loom, developed a rubber-band jewelry making kit that has a distinctive trade dress C-shaped clip that allows kids to connect loops of rubber bands to form bracelets. The looming technique in the kit dates back to the 1800s when the technique of looping knits was called Brunnian Links. Mr. Ng says he developed the C-Clip as he watched his daughters trying to make bracelets out of tiny rubber bands. After three years of enjoying a monopoly on a hot-selling craft item, Mr. Ng faced competition from FunLoom. Mr. Ng has filed

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