Review questions for Product Liability
- Owe a duty to anyone foreseeable injured by your
1. List 4 types of negligence claims that arise in product liability cases. ] Give an example of
a. Design state of art, meets regulations, indus
Review questions for Intro to Torts
1. What is a tort?
Tort is a civil wrong that is not a breach of contract
2. What are the different categories (i.e., levels of culpability) of torts? Define each. Give an
example of each
Intent: desire to cause cer
Review questions for Basic Employment Law
1. For each of the following laws, describe in general what it covers and its key provisions.
a. The Occupational Safety and Health Act Duty on employers to be free from hazard, comply with regulations, inform
Review questions for Negligence
1. What are the elements of (i.e., what must you show to establish) negligence? Give 3
examples of negligence.
a. Duty owed to plaintiff act as a reasonable person, avoid putting others at
unreasonable risk of harm
Review questions for Discrimination
1. What classes of people are protected under Title VII? Give an example of each.
- Race, color, religion, sex, origin
a. What qualifies as a religion under Title VII?
i. Religion: anything treated like or believed in l
Review questions for Agency
1. Define agency. Define principal. Define agent.
-two party relationship agent authorized to act on behalf of and under control of principal
- Objective standard, reasonable intent to form an agency, extend to control is facto
Review questions for Sexual Harassment
1. What are the two types of sexual harassment? Define each. Give an example of each.
- Quick pro quo: something for something
o Express or implied linkage bt sexual behavior and job consequences
- Hostile environmen
Review questions for Equal Protection Clause
1. Where is the Equal Protection Clause found? What is significance of the fact that it is found
in that source?
a. 14th amendment
b. No state shall deny equal protection of law
2. What two requirements must be
o the right to be let alone
o Right to determine for yourself when, how, and to what extent info about you is disclosed to
Constitutional law - federal
o 4th amendment right to be secure against unreasonable searches and seizures f