134 precision engineering inc like other corporations

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134. Precision Engineering Inc., like other corporations, is subject to laws that are broad in their purpose and their scope. Compliance with these laws is not always sufficient to determine “right” behavior because a. the law does not codify all ethical requirements. b. company codes are also sources of law. c. business decisions can have negative impacts. d. ethical problems occur in business.
135. Daisy works for eMarketing, Inc. Her job includes putting “spin” on the firm’s successes and failures. In this context, ethics has to do with how businesspersons, in making their decisions, apply
136. Pietro files a suit against Qiana. If Qiana fails to respond,
137. James and Kay enter into a contract for the sale of a bicycle, but Kay later refuses to deliver the goods. James asks a court to order Kay to perform as promised. Ordering a party to perform what was
promised is
138. Kari and Lillian, who are citizens of Mississippi, are involved in a case related to the adoption of their child. Over this case, Mississippi state courts have a. concurrent jurisdiction with federal courts. b. concurrent jurisdiction with other state courts. c. exclusive jurisdiction. d. no jurisdiction.
139. Kevin is a judge hearing the case of Local Dispatch Co. v. National Transport Corp . Applying the relevant rule of law to the facts of the case requires Kevin to find previously decided cases that, in relation to the case under consideration, are
140. Marie claims that a Nebraska state statute infringes on her “procedural due process” rights. This claim focuses on
141. Quest Inc., a U.S. firm, and Real Treks, Ltd., a Canadian firm, enter into a contract that does not have a forum-selection or choice-of-law clause. Litigation between Quest and Real Treks involving this contract may occur in
142. Major Construction & Manufacturing Corporation makes a side payment to a government official in India. Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, this is permitted a. only if the payment is to a minor official whose duties are ministerial.

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