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77. When looking at non-compete agreements in employment cases, a court will generally find which of the following to be a reasonable amount of time for the non-compete? A. Any amount stipulated so long as both parties agree in writing B. 10 years or less C. 5 years or less D. Only 1 to 4 years E. None of the above 78. If someone accidentally infringes on a copyright, without knowledge of the infringement, the courts will likely allow the person to continue so as to not discourage invention and creativity. 79. Jane was repeatedly harassed by her male supervisor. He often made sexual jokes about her body andone time he even pretended to reach across her to grab something on her desk, brushing across herbreasts. Jane was terrified by the whole ordeal and even took a lower paying job in another part of theoffice to get away from the man. In a lawsuit on the claims of “hostile environment” harassment, the company stated that they were covered under the “special defense”. Which of thefollowing is TRUE? sexual
80. For our courts, a “security” is limited to those things identified as such in the contract.
81. Michael was horse playing with friends. He was running from to hide from his friend, Magic. Whilerunning, he clumsily tripped and fell right onto another friend, LeBron, breaking LeBron’s leg. Theyhad all been drinking, but at the time Michael had consumed only half a beer. In a lawsuit brought byLeBron against Michael for battery, which of the following is TRUE? A. Michael would likely be found guilty B. Michael would be found not guilty because he had been drinking and could not have had thenecessary mens rea C. Michael would likely be found not guilty D. Michael would be found guilty, but his punishment would be reduced because he had been drinking E. None of the above 82. Lulu owned a company that made athletic sports wear. She really wanted to get out of the business,and had made all the money she would ever need. Her partner wanted her to stay on a little longer, atleast until they could wrap up planning for the big lawsuit they were about to go through. A monthbefore the lawsuit became public, Lulu decided that it just wasn’t worth sticking around for a fewmore million dollars. She resigned the next day and sold all her shares. The lawsuit severely damagedthe company’s reputation and the share price went down rapidly. Which of the following is correct?