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Fair Labor Standards Act
OSHA
Workers compensation
Social Security
Unemployment tax
Family and Medical Leave
Electronic monitoring and drug testing
Labor (union) law
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Chapter 11: Creditor-Debtor Relations
Credit cards and ATM cards
Collection by creditors: liens,
garnishment, and mortgages
Suretyship
Truth in lending and usury
Bankruptcy
Laws Assisting Unsecured Creditors
1.The statutory lien: helping a creditor t

Chapter 9, 10: Torts
Definition: breach of duty
created by law.
Examples?
Reminder: the civil courts are available to
anyone.
Where does tort law come from?
Case law
Restatement
The most critical components of any
tort case?
What damages are available i

Chapter Seven: Formation of contracts topics
1. Definition of contract.
2. Elements of contract.
3. Types of contracts.
4. Offer and acceptance.
5. Consideration
6. Capacity
7. Legality
8. Vices of consent
9. Statute of frauds and
parole evidence rule.
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Fall 2014
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Location of Germany
Overview of whats happening in Germany
Some major issues include:
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Chapter 12: Real Property
Nature of real property.
Fee simple v. Life estate.
Concurrent ownership.
Acquiring ownership.
Easements and
restrictive covenants.
Eminent domain.
Sec. 1: Nature of real property:
1. Land, buildings, plants, mineral rights,
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Math 2053
October 9 23, 2013
Chapter 7
TOPICS OF PRECLASS
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Element
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Union
Intersection
Complement
Venn Diagrams
Shading
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Math 2053
October 28 November 11, 2013
Chapter 8
CLASS TOPICS FOR
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Explanation of Multiplication Principle
When
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How to use it
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Permutations
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Sole proprietorship
Franchise
Partnership
Limited partnership
LLP
Corporation
Subchapter S and LLC
The sole proprietorship
Not a separate legal entity, but it IS a
separate accounting entity.
Income on persona

Chapter Eight: Contracts, part 2
Voluntary consent
Conditions.
Performance.
Discharge.
Remedies.
Voluntary consent
Mistake: unilateral v. bilateral
Fraud.
- Is there a duty to speak?
Misrepresentation.
Undue influence
Duress.
Adhesion contracts and

Chapter 16: Agency
Introduction and kinds of agents.
Creation of agency.
Duties of the agent.
Agents and contracts.
Agents and torts.
Termination.
Examples of agents
Real estate agent
Insurance agent
Sports agent
What is an agent anyway?
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Non dischargeable debts
Taxes, within 3 years
Any debt resulting from fraud
Liability for willful torts
Alimony and child support
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Concept of law and American system of law
COMMON Law is judge made law- decision made by the hi

B law
Internet law:
Cybersquatting- DOMAIN NAME
NO illegal Acts Associated with social media
Patent:
Requires Federal Registration
Trade Mark:
Indefinite Duration
Strongest protection- Fanciful Mark
Grandfather Policy- Whataburger Case
CopyRight:
Duration

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Answer KEY
Business Law Practice Final Exam IIII
1. The common law system of the United States is derived from English law, and is based
primarily on which of the following?
A. Statutes passed by Congress
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Non dischargeable debts
Taxes, within 3 years
Any debt resulting from fraud
Liability for willful torts
Alimony and child support
Know for test
Chapter 1
Concept of law and American system of law
COMMON Law is judge made law- decision made by the hi

Ch. 6: Criminal Law
Criminal law v. Civil law
Criminal liability
Types of crimes
Defenses to criminal liability
Criminal procedures
Cyber crime
Sec. 1: Civil law and Criminal law
What is a crime?
Wrong against society as proclaimed in a statue.
Action is

Ch. 4: Constitutional Law
First some historical background.
A few general principles.
A.Principle of federalism
B.Separation of powers
C.Judicial review
On judicial review
Article One: The legislative branch
More on the Commerce Clause (Article 1, Sec.
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International Trade
ECON4633
Assignment 2 (Due at 21:00 on September 30)
Part I - Multiple Choice (Required)
Chapter 3
1. The argument that trade generates gains for all workers may not be true because:
A) A more realistic assumption includes capital and

Ch. 5: Administrative law (5
questions on test from this chapter)
- Background and significance
- Agency creation and powers
- Administrative procedures act
- Judicial deference to agency decisions
- Enforcement and adjudication
- Public accountability
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Test @ 7:30 rynnalds
Ark exemptions
Priority List
Non-Dischargable List
Life Estate
Joint Tenancy
Adverse Possession
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Combinatorics is a branch of mathematics that studies collections of objects
that satisfy specified criteria. In particular, it is concerned with "counting" the number
of arrangements or selections of objects.
Example:
What is the number of