Chapter 5: TORT Law
Tort is the French word for a wrong
Tort Feasor: commits tort
Tort is a private wrong done to an individual
A person who has a tort committed on them
is asking for damages (aka $)
Goal of tort law is to co
Jurisdiction of United States Supreme Court (page 26)
Exclusive Federal Jurisdiction VS. Exclusive State Jurisdiction
suits against the US
Chapter 2: State court systems
State system > all states dont call it the same
State Supreme Court:
Appeal to higher Court
No new evidence
Intermediate Appellate Court:
No new evidence
No new testimony
Here are brief descriptions of Hollands six personality types and their interests and characteristics. After reviewing the descriptions,
see if you can match some careers to personality types. Then in the EXPLORE sectio
Whats the legal connection?
1. Hammurabi- is the king of Babylon and is best known for the development of
a code of laws.
2. Curt flood- the Curt Flood Act 1 technically limits professional baseball's
3. Payola- is a contrac
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BUS LAW I
Facts About The U.S Constitution
1. How many people signed the U.S Constitution?
There were 39 people who signed the U.S Constitution.
2. Who were the people from North Carolina who signed the U.S Constitution?
Supreme Court And Federal Government
1. Who are the current judges on the Supreme Court and who nominated them?
The current judges of the Supreme Court were nominated by different
presidents of the U.S. Ronald Reagan appointed t
White Collar Bad Guy
Boesky, Ivan Ivan was a stoke trader. He worked in wall street. He was in a inside
trading scandal in wall street. He was fined 100 million dollars.
Ebbers, Bernard- Is a Canadian businessman. He co-founded the telecommunic
Criminal law and tort law
1.Criminal law is the body of law that is related to crime. It regulates social conduct
and proscribes whatever is threatening, harmful, or otherwise endangering to the
property, health, safety, and moral welfare of people.
Fall 2009 Test 3
Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _ 1. Bob claims that Carol breached their contract. Carol responds that she never intended to enter into a contract with Bob. The intent to ent