Sample Questions and Explanations
The purpose of these questions and explanations is to help you become familiar with the general types of questions that I
ask and to see some of the reasoning used in reaching a conclusion. For maximum benefit i
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Types of Intended Beneficiaries
o Benefits from a contract in which one party (the promisor)
promises another party (the promisee) to pay a debt that the
promisee owes to a third party (the creditor beneficiary)
o The cred
1/15/08 Adverse possession Law o Enforceable rules o Governing relationships Jurisprudence o Study of different schools of legal philosophy Natural law theory o Government and legal system should reflect universal moral and ethical princi
AFTER EXAM 2 Chapter 5 Intellectual Property o Article 1 Section 8 of US Constitution pg 136 Congress shall Promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by securing for limited times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive right to their re
DO NOT BE LATE FOR EXAM. 10:30am, HUMN 1B50 (Same Room as Class) Chapter 5 o PAGE 136 CHART.quiz yourself on all the CHARTS o TRADE DRESS Protected similarly as trademarks Involves an appearance Ex: TGI Fridays.all have red and white striped tables
Business Law, Ethics and Public Policy BCOR 3000 A Term, Summer 2007 Sample Exam 1 Questions Answer Key
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BCOR 3000Fall 2013
Sample Questions and Explanations
Note: Because of the reduced coverage of exam 1, questions 2, 14, 15, and 17 cover
material that will not be on Exam 1
The purpose of these questions and explanations is to help you become familiar with
CHAPTER ONE:THE LEGAL SYSTEM
What is Law?
o Enforceable rules.
Either makes you do it or impose consequences if you do not.
o Definition: A body of enforceable rules governing relationships among
individuals and between individuals and their society
Sample Questions Exam 2
Jill offers to pay Kyle $500 if he jogs across the Golden Gate Bridge. Kyle can ac cept the offer only by jogging across the bridge. If Kyle jogs across the bridge, he and Jill will have formed: A bilateral contract
BCOR 3000 Final (Chapters 5, 6, 24, 25, 35, 36)
Chapter 5: Intellectual Property and Internet Law
Intellectual Property- property resulting from intellectual, creative processes
Trademark- a distinctive mark, motto, device, or emblem that a manufacturer
Sample Multiple Choice Questions on Contract Law
What is the mailbox rule under contract law?
All correspondence related to a contract becomes effective the moment that it is mailed.
Contract correspondence must be passed through the
In Ben v. Jerry, the Colorado Supreme Court held that a minor could cancel a contract for the sale of a car. Now a trial court in the same state is deciding a case with similar facts as the Ben v. Jerry case. Under the doctrine of stare decisis,
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Defined as: a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of
the major life activities of such individuals; a record of such impairment; or being
regarded as having such an impairment
Health conditions covered
Old Multiple Choice Questions on Contract Law 1. Assume that Mary contracts to sell an antique dresser to her son, an antique hobbyist, for $600. Mary later finds out that her son sold the dresser for $2300 to a newlywed couple. Mary is upset about t
Chapter 6 Criminal Law
Basic Criminal Concepts
Two required elements
Intent (different levels reqd.)
Separate from any related tort
Corporations can be guilty of criminal conduct
Key Differences between Civil Law and Criminal La
Chapter 5- Intellectual Property
Patents, copyrights & trademarks
Intellectual property: any property resulting from intellectual, creative processesthe
products of an individuals mind
Examples: movies, software, music, etc
Protection primarily created by
CH 24 - WORKPLACE LAW
Common law still plays a major role in governing employer/employee relationships
Numerous statutes and administrative agency regulations now govern the workplace
Employment At Will - common law doctrine which allows either party (e
Torts and Cyber Torts
1. What is the purpose of tort law? What types of damages are available in tort
a. To provide remedies for the invasion of various protected interests.
b. Compensatory Damages
i. Intended to compensate or reimburs
BLAW Study Guide - Deez
Introduction to Contract Classification and Terminology
1. What is a contract? What is the objective theory of contracts?
a. A contract is an agreement that can be enforced in court.
b. It is formed by two or more parties
BUSINESS LAW & ETHICS EXAM 1 (9/17)
Law - a body of enforceable rules governing relationships among individuals and between individuals
and their society
establish rights, duties, and privileges that are consistent with the values and beliefs of the
Chapter 24- Employment Law (Stop at Immigration Law on p639)
What is a job offer?
We offer you a position as an entry level gopher/ceo for a starting salary of $98,000 per
year, starting date August 15, 2014.
What is this?
What if the employer tells you i
The Legal Environment
What is law?
What is meant by enforceable?
Notice for quitting a job
Tour de France
Sources of Law
Private law (contracts)
Personal Property and
Real v. Personal Property
Real: Land and things
Highest form of ownership
Equal Employment Opportunity
Most discrimination complaints
must first go here
Will take the case
Issues right to sue letter
Decision on this unrelated to merits
Is one sec
Real Property and Landlord
Land and buildings and other
things permanently attached
All else is personal property
Air rights and subsurface rights
Included, but can be sold separately,
In the west, w
Consideration, Capacity and
Each party must have something at
stake in the arrangement
Each party must suffer a legal
detriment (Be worse off in some
way) which can be either:
Taking on a new legal duty.or
Giving up a