1. The tort of false imprisonment is defined as intentional interference with a
persons freedom of movement by unlawful confinement. Perry and Aarons
attempted lawsuit would most likely fail, as merely obstructing a persons freedom
of movement is not fals
QUESTION SET # 1
For each question, please provide the correct answer to the question along
with the explanation as to why the answer is correct. A complete explanation will reference your reading in the text book.
Bryan was on spring bre
Written Assignment #2
September 13, 2015
Oliver Winery, Inc.
The case study I chose for this assignment is Oliver Winery, Inc. After reading
the background followed by the board meeting its clear the first ethical issue is whether
Written Assignment #1
September 6, 2015
Freeman v. OMalley (2014)
Freeman appeals the decision of the lower court to not
convict OMalley and Winneker for the tort false light.
After Winneker visited the office of O