4. The Jordan Keys law firm represented the Greater Southeast Community Hospital of Washington, D.C.,
in a medical malpractice suit against the hospital. The hospital was self-insured for the first $1,000,000 of
liability and the St. Paul Insurance Co. pr
3. Katherine mailed Paul an offer with definite and certain terms and that was legal in all respects stating
that it was good for 10 days. Two days later she sent Paul a letter by certified mail (time stamped by the
Postal Service at 1:14 P.M.) stating th
1. Lester purchased a used automobile from MacKintosh Motors. He asked the seller if the
car had ever been in a wreck. The MacKintosh salesperson had never seen the car before
that morning and knew nothing of its history but quickly answered Lesters quest
1. (20 points) Describe the Fawcett v. Altieri case on pages 5-6 of the textbook. In your
description, provide a summary of the facts, the legal issue(s) presented to the court, and
the ruling of law at the trial court and appellate court levels. In your
1. (15 points) Describe the Aon Risk Services v. Meadors case on page 211 of the textbook.
In your description, provide a summary of the facts, the legal issue(s) presented to the
court, and the court's decision. In your opinion, was the Aon Risk Services
1. Christensen Shipyards built a 155-foot yacht for Tiger Woods at its Vancouver,
Washington, facilities. It used Tigers name and photographs relating to the building of
the yacht in promotional materials for the shipyard without seeking his permission. W
1. (25 points) Discuss the following five (5) "white-collar" crimes: a) Conspiracy; b)
Forgery; c) Bad Checks; d) Credit Card Crimes; and e) Embezzlement.
a) A conspiracy is an agreement between two or more persons to commit an unlawful
act or to use unla
1. Sarahs house caught on fire. Through the prompt assistance of her neighbor Odessa, the
fire was quickly extinguished. In gratitude, Sarah promised to pay Odessa $1,000. Can
Odessa enforce this promise?
In this scenario Sarahs promise to Odessa is a mor
1. Kelly made a written contract to sell certain land to Brown and gave Brown a deed to the land.
Thereafter, Kelly sued Brown to get back a 20-foot strip of the land. Kelly claimed that before
making the written contract, it was agreed that Kelly would s
1. Bernard Flinn operated a business known as Harvey Investment Co., Inc./High Risk Loans. Flinn
worked as a loan broker, matching those who came to him with lenders willing to loan them
money given their credit history and the amount involved. From 1982
Module Two: Chapter 2 Questions and Case Problems
Number 4: Jerry Lewinsky was called for jury duty. When voir dire began, Jerry realized that the
case involved his supervisor at work. Can Jerry remain as a juror on the case? Why or why not?
Module One: Chapter 1 Questions and Case Problems
Number 4: What is the difference between common law and statutory law?
According to Anderson's Business Law textbook, the difference between common law
and statutory law is that common laws are
Module Seven: Chapter 12 Questions and Case Problems
Page 239, Numbers 3, 4, and 5
Number 3: Was the offer revoked by Katherine?
Katherine did revoke the offer because according to the Andersons Business Law
Textbook, Katherine sending the letter saying t
Module Three: Chapter 4 Questions and Case Problems
Number 3: Who should win at the U.S. Supreme Court and why?
I feel like the school officials should win in this case, because the purpose of the Supreme
Court is to interpret the law and the
Module Five: Chapter 8 Questions and Case Problems
Pages 150-152, Numbers 1, 2, and 13
Was this a right of publicity tort because Tiger could assert that his name and photos were
used to attract attention to the shipyard to obtain commercial ad
Module Six: Chapter 11 Questions and Case Problems
Pages 218-219, Numbers 4, 5, and 8
Number 4: Decide.
I would decide that the St. Paul Insurance Co. would not be liable to pay the $67,000
because as them being the third party, they should not be require
Contracts: A binding agreement between two or more parties.
The purpose of contract law would be to put the non-breaching position (plaintiff) in the
same position had that contract been fully performed by the defendant.
Elements of a Contract
Chapter 7: Crimes
Nature and Classification of Crimes:
Crime: Violation of the law that is punished as an offense against the state or government.
Misdemeanor: Criminal offense with a sentence of less than one year that is neither
treason nor a felony.
Jeffrey Penley, J.D.
February 2, 2017
Module Four: Chapter 7 Questions and Case Problems
Page 128-129, Numbers 1, 3, and 9
Number 1: Does Flinn have a good defense?
Flinn clearly does not have a good defense because he w
1. I believe Fontane has every right to sue because they presented him with this revolver in front of a
lot of people at a farewell party which in fact proves he received it. But then they took it back with
Fortane under the impression tha
Bus Law 115 800
Case Numbers 3, 8 & 9
3) The U.S. Supreme court should hold up the reversal of the conviction because the underlying activity
being regulated was violence, an activity that was not economic.
8) Yes, because Ollies purch
Bus Law 115-800
In the case of Aon Risk Services Inc. v. Meadors, Meadors was an employee of Aon Risk
Services and he sold insurance to companies with Combined Insurance Company, both
subsidiaries of Aon Corporation. Aon
White-collar crimes are generally committed in the course of doing business and usually
involving some form of deceit used to get gains. Five of the most common white-collar crimes
are conspiracy, forgery, bad
Bus Law 115-800
3) Katherines offer was not considered revoked by the time it was accepted by Paul. A letter
revoking an offer made to a particular offeree is not effective until the offeree receives it. It is not
Module 5 Chapter 8
1) Tiger Woods is right to publicity against Christensen Shipyards is a valid case. This tort
of invasion of privacy states the defendant must have appropriation of the plaintiffs
name or likeness for th
Module 4 Chapter 7
1. Bernard Flinn does not have a valid defense because ones mental state does not require
an awareness or knowledge of guilt. Ignorance that law is being broken does not mean
there is not mental state.