Bart is the plaintiff in a lawsuit. After he filed the complaint, the Court
decided that he does not have standing. The fact the he does not have
a. He does not have a right to appeal the decision.
b. He must sit through the entire tria
Week 3 Reflection
The commerce clause, the supremacy clause and the preemption doctrine are
significant to businesses because they influence what a corporation can or cannot do.
They all push companies to make certain decisions when it comes to t
How do legislators decide what laws to pass?
o Morals of a society
o Popular opinion
Law: is a set of rules that guides society
o Regulates the conduct of individuals businesses
o Other organizations within a society so as to protect p
Essential Elements of Contract
1) AgreementA) Offer
-Seriousness of Offer
-Definiteness of Terms: Parties, Subject Matter, Time, Consideration
-Communication of Offeree
B) Acceptance- voluntary act showing assent to terms
- Mirror Image Rule
Introduction to Contracts Classifications, Terminology, and Formation
A Contract involves a promise, or an exchange of promises.
Contract Law in Private Enterprise
Does not need to be written or formal.
Enables private agreemen
THE MAGNA CARTA
Magna Carta- The Great Charter
The Magna Carta was signed by the English King John (nicknamed John Softsword by
the general population who considered him a coward) in 1215 at Runnymede, England. It
is regarded as one of the most importa
COURTS AND JURISDICTION
The right to "speak the law".
To hear a case, a court must have two types of jurisdiction:
1. Jurisdiction over the Subject Matter (the legal issues involved in the dispute)
2. Jurisdiction over
Food for Thought:
A Collection of Quotes Concerning Law
Law is a pledge that citizens of a state will do justice to one another.
Aristotle, 322 B.C.E.
"The purpose of law is to prevent the strong always having their way."
Ovid, 25 B.C.E.
1. What is negligence?
Negligence (Ordinary Negligence) - Failure to live up to a required duty of care
that a reasonable person would exercise in similar circumstances.
o In other words: Failure to do something a reasonable person would do in
the same ci
Acct 352 012
1. Define Litigation process?
Lawsuit is initiated
Discovery is conducted by the parties to the lawsuit
Settlement is discussed by the parties
Pretrial motions are filed by the parties
The Trial: shortest proces
The Assigned Case of Hertz Corp v. Friend
In this case Plaintiffs Melandia Friend and John Nhieu sued the defendant Hertz
Corporation, in California state court. Plaintiff sought damages for what they claimed were
Ch. 7: Metabolism
o Heat, mechanical, electrical,
o Chemical stored in food and in body
Fuel glucose, fatty acids and amino acids
o Release of energy, water, and carbon dioxide
o How body obtains & uses e
Psychology Exam #1
Chapters 1-3, 5
Chapter 1: Thinking Critically with Psychological Science
Why do we need to talk about Psych as a science?
o We are all amateurs
o The grandmother test are they true?
o Potential problems relying on intuitio
ACCT208 FINAL STUDY GUIDE
o Just in Time An inventory strategy companies employ to increase efficiency and
decrease waste by receiving goods only as they are needed in the production
process, thereby reducing inventory costs. This method requires t
BUAD FINAL STUDY GUIDE
CH. 9 & 10
o Social identity theory considers when and why individuals consider themselves
members of groups
Emotional reactions to failure or success of their group
Self-esteem is tied to group performance
Helps us understand w
NTDT200 Exam 2 Review
Carbohydrate means sugar
o Glucose most common sugar (6 C)
o Glycogen primary storage of CHO
Complex CHO are often recommended
o DV is 300g or 60% of calories
o WHO says 50-75% of total calories fro
Manny, Moe, and Jackie have a few options when it comes to choosing a type of
business entity to perform their practices. The options that they are able to choose from
include: a Partnership, a Corporation, an S Corporation, and a Limited Liability Partne
The commerce clause, the supremacy clause, and the preemption doctrine are very
important in the business world. They affect businesses on a day-to-day basis and all business
owners should know about these laws in order to ensure that all of their busines
I believe that in this situation, employees should be held criminally liable for actions they
take in their employment position. Oliver Schmidt knew that the defeat device existed and
continued to give the U.S. government regulators false information abou
Chapter 1 Homework
1. The parties in a lawsuit are the plaintiff, appellant, appellee, and the
2. The role of the jury is deciding whether a person is guilty or not guilty of the
offence for which he or she has been charg
ACCT 352 Notes Exam 2 6-11 weeks
Week 6 PPT Intentional Torts and Negligence
Tort: French for wrong , physical or emotional injury
Tort law provides recourse for variety of injuries and provides remedies for them
Injured party bri
1. Negligence is failure to live up to a required duty of care that a reasonable person
would exercise in similar circumstances.
2. A plaintiff must prove negligence by duty, breach, injury, and causation.
3. Assumption o
1. A tort is a wrongful act by a person that causes harm to another person.
2. The 3 categories of a tort are intentional torts, unintentional torts, and strict
3. The damages that are available to a pl
October 17th 2017
2. Greenman v. Yuba Power Products
Greenman (plaintiff) was injured when his power tool threw a piece of wood, striking
him in the head. He sued Yuba Power Products Inc (Defendant) because of his injury.
TOPICS THAT WILL BE COVERED ON EXAM # 1
Although this list addresses many of the topics that will be covered on the exam, the exam will
be on Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8, including the PowerPoint slides and material covered during
class lecture, and is not