C HAPTER 3 1. American and English Courts follow: * *The adversarial system of Justice 2. What is the main role of an attorney in the American Legal System? * *At torneys act as advocated for their clients. 3. All Civil t r ials held in Federal Distr ict
C HAPTER 18 1. Which of the following is NOT a factor to consider when deciding which form of business organization to adopt? * *The ease of public relations 2. The simplest form of business is: * *A sole proprietorship 3. One of the major advantages of a
C HAPTER 2 1. The doctrine of judicial review allows: * *The judiciary to decide whether laws or actions of the other branches of government are constitutional 2. The Supreme Court case that established the principal of judicial review was: * * Marbury V.
Week 1 Assignment
For each of the following (a through d), indicate which is a variable and which is a constant:
The number of minutes in an hour.
Systolic blood pressure
The number of days in a week
For each of the following
CHAPTER 21 1. The key characteristics of a limited liability corporation (LLC) are: *the tax characteristics of a partnership plus the liability of a corporation 2. The LLC is a form of business organization that: *was first authorized in the US in 1977,
CHAPTER 20 1. A corporation is a legal entity *Created and recognized by state law in most cases 2. Today, most state statutes governing are guided by: * The revised model business corporation act 3. The responsibility for the overall management of a corp
C HAPTER 19 1. In most states, what governs the operation of partnerships when there is no express agreement? * *The UPA 2. In disputes over whether a partnership exists, which of the following IS NOT considered to be an essential element? * *The consulta
CHAPTER 8 1. A crime may be defined as: *A crime committed against society as a whole 2. The standard proof in a criminal law case is: *Beyond a reasonable doubt 3. Which tort provides a basis for criminal prosecution as well as a tort action? *Battery 4.
CHAPTER 7 1. Intellectual property is defined as *Property that results from intellectual, creative process and so is the product of ones mind 2. Which section of the US Constitution deals with the need to protect intellectual property rights? *Article I,
C HAPTER 5 1. Tort is the French word for: * *Wrong 2. The basic purpose of Tort law is to: * *Provide remedies for the invasion of protected interests 3. For an intentional tort to occur, the person who causes the harm must also * * Have intended to comm
CHAPTER 4 1. Immediately after the revolutionary war ended, what form of government was established in the United States? *Confederal 2. The early confederal government in the United States faced which problem? *State Laws hampered the free movement of go
1. One of the important functions of law is to provide: * *Stability and Predictability 2. One of the oldest and most significant schools of jur isprudential thought is: * *The natural law school 3. Legal positivists believe that: * *There can be no highe