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38. Wilma's arm is broken when Paula knocks her down during an argument. If Wilma sues Paula for battery, what damages is Wilma likely to receive?
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1DIFFICULTY: Difficulty: ModerateNATIONAL STANDARDS: United States- BUSPROG: AnalyticSTATE STANDARDS: United States- NC- AICPA: BE-Critical ThinkingTOPICS: KEYWORDS:A-Head: Intentional TortsBloom's: Application39. Tracy is an "at will" employee of Zebra Toy Company. One afternoon she has lunch with a friend who works in marketing for her company's biggest competitor, Tiger Toys. Over a period of about three months, Tiger Toy representatives convince Tracy to work with them. Tiger offers a larger base salary with bigger commissions than she had with Zebra. When Tracy leaves Zebra, it sues Tiger Toys claiming it intentionally interfered with acontractual relationship. Will Zebra Toy Company be successful?
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1DIFFICULTY: Difficulty: ModerateNATIONAL STANDARDS: United States- BUSPROG: AnalyticSTATE STANDARDS: United States- NC- AICPA: BE-Critical ThinkingTOPICS: KEYWORDS:A-Head: Business TortsBloom's: Application
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40. As assistant manager of a discount department store, you have been asked to review the store's policy concerning shoplifters. (a) Discuss the legal standard used in most states governing the detention of suspected shoplifters. (b) Inreviewing the store's policy, discuss some of the items that you will consider.a) Generally, a store may detain a customer for alleged shoplifting provided there
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DIFFICULTY:Difficulty: ChallengingNATIONAL STANDARDS: United States - BUSPROG: AnalyticSTATE STANDARDS:United States - NC - AICPA: BB-Critical ThinkingTOPICS:A-Head: Business TortsKEYWORDS:Bloom's: Synthesis

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