CHAPTER # 20
Fiduciary: It has 2 definitions: 1) party that is in a position of trust and confidence; and 2) a person having a
duty created by his or her undertaking to act primarily for anothers benefit in matters connected with the
CHAPTER #14 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND INTERNET LAW
Trademark is a distinctive mark, motto, device, or implement that a manufacturer stamps, prints,
or otherwise affixes to the goods it produces so that they can be identified in the market and their
CHAPTER #22 - EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION
Title VII of the civil rights prohibits job discrimination against employees, applicants, and union
members (race, color national origin, religion, and gender) there cannot be any discrimination in
the hiring proces
CHAPTER #26 Real property and land-use control
The nature of real property
Real property consists on land and everything permanently attached to it, including structures
and other fixtures. Its immovable. Includes airspace and subsurface rights, as well a
Promise is only a promise. A promise is not always a contract.
Contract is legally enforceable, elevates a promise to a whole different
1. TYPES OF CONTRACTS
Bilateral v. unilateral: bilateral: a promise for a pro
CHAPTER # 17
Sole proprietorship: is the simplest form of business organization. The owner is the business.
Disadvantage of the sole proprietorship: the proprietor alone bears the burden of any losses or liabilities
incurred by the business enterprise.
CHAPTER # 12
Tort: French that means wrong. Something bad.
Civil law: citizen vs citizen
Compensatory damages: you compensate another person for the wrong you did to them. Ex, Medical expenses,
Punitive damages: damages where you want to punish the pa