1. Assault and Battery
Under what theory can an employee sue her employer for merely touching her?
Battery. It is an intentional, unconsented touching without a privilege.
2. Intentional infliction of Mental Distress
In business the intentional i
1. Judges and Justices: What are the essential responsibilities of a trial judge?
Determine the applicable rules of law to be used to decide the case. It renders
decisions that deal directly with people in conflict.
2. Jurors: Why have several s
1. Parties: A building contractor is sued by homeowners alleging that their homes were poorly
constructed resulting in several defects. The contractor adds to the lawsuit a building supplier
that it claims provided faulty support bea
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (MGMT 3650) - ebook
Study Guide for Test 2 Scheduled Sunday, March 2, 2014
9:00pm ProctorU (Open Book)
Chapter 5 - CONTENT Ethics
Every day we encounter situations that challenge our abilities to determine the right thing to do, so
1. Separation of Powers: Describe the two concepts that
(a) balance power within the federal government and (b) provide distinctions in the role of the
federal, state, and local governments.
Separation of Powers and the Supremacy clause. Th
1. Why Nations Are Economically Weak or Strong
(a) Identify several reasons put forth to explain why nations are prosperous or poor.
Dependency theory. This theory argues that economically strong nations exploit the resources
and labor of wea
Terms and Procedures
Classifications of Criminal Conduct
(a) Why is it important for businesspersons to have an understanding of the basic
principles of criminal law and white-collar crime?
Felonies- are punishable by fine or imprisonment for a