A plaintiff does not have to show that there was a

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A plaintiff does not have to show that there was a failure to exercise due care, and this distinguishes an action based on strict liability from an action based on negligence, which requires proof of a lack of due care. If Bob establishes his case, the court in this problem is most likely to rule in his favor, because the manufacturer is strictly liable in this case. Strict liability allows a plaintiff to recover damages for injuries resulting from product defects without proof of fault.
Bargain Bytes Computers, a computer store, takes unethical steps to divert the customers of Cyber World, an adjacent competing store. Bargain Bytes may be liable for - wrongful interference with a business relationship Todd files a suit against United Media Corporation for defamation. Actual malice must be shown for recovery of damages if Todd is: - a public figure A state statute requires amusement park owners to maintain their equipment in specific condition for the protection of their patrons. Ed, who owns an amusement park, fails to maintain the equipment as required. From, a patron, is injured thereby. Ed has committed - negligence per se Publishing false information about another's product is trade libel - true At Scrumptious Cafe, Tyler believes that he was overcharged and shoves Uma, a waiter. Uma sues Tyler, alleging that the shove was a battery. Tyler is liable if - the shove was offensive dependable appliances, a retail store, must use reasonable care on its premises to warn its patrons of - hidden risks earth movers inc uses dynamite to prepare land for highway projects. strict liabilty is imposed on this activity bc -

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