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the difference in selection rates across protected-class groups is statistically significant. there is an alternative practice that would have fewer discriminatory effects, but the employer declines to use it. the employer has engaged in a pattern or practice of discrimination. Question 20 2 out of 2 points Boris, Carina, and Theo have decided to go into business as a limited partnership importing and selling exotic spices. Boris and Carina will manage the business, and Theo will have no role in the day-to-day operations. Boris and Carina have each invested $500,000, and Theo has contributed the building and land that the business will be operated from. Alina, a customer, contracts a rare disease from a contaminated spice sold by the company and sues. Alina is awarded a judgment for $5 million. After she exhausts the assets of the partnership, having the property and building sold, and seizing all other property, $3 million remains unpaid. Selected Answer: Boris and Carina each owe $3 million jointly and severally, so Alina may sue one or both of them; Theo has no additional liability. Answers: Boris and Carina each owe $3 million jointly and severally, so Alina may sue one or both of them; Theo has no additional liability. Boris, Carina, and Theo each owe $1 million, and Alina must sue each for his or her part. Boris and Carina each owe $1.5 million, and Alina must sue each for his or her part; Theo has no additional liability. Boris, Carina, and Theo each owe $3 million jointly and severally, so Alina may sue one, two, or all three for the $3 million balance. Question 21 2 out of 2 points The Employee Retirement Income Security Act establishes rules regarding each of the following except Selected Answer: minimum interest rate returns on investments by pension and retirement savings plans. Answers: record keeping. maintenance of standardized vesting rules. minimum interest rate returns on investments by pension and retirement savings plans. how much company stock may be held in a pension plan. Question 22 2 out of 2 points
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Principals generally have no personal liability for the business entity's debts regarding Selected Answer: corporations. Answers: limited liability companies. corporations. limited liability partnerships. limited partnerships. Question 23 2 out of 2 points Privately held corporations may issue a ________ in lieu of conducting a formal annual meeting. Selected Answer: unanimous consent resolution Answers: statement of meeting substitution proof of alternative meeting testament of meeting occurrence unanimous consent resolution Question 24 2 out of 2 points Kim, a CPA, works for a small accounting firm consisting of two managing partners, six accountants, and four secretaries. During a skiing vacation, Kim has a serious fall and is paralyzed from the waist down. While she cannot walk, her mind is not affected and she is 100 percent capable of performing her accounting duties. She
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