1. Explain and APPLY in what court this case would be filed
(subject matter jurisdiction)
This article is referring to the Supreme Court of Kentucky case of Warford v. Lexington
Herald-Leader Co. April 26, 1990. From what I understand this case wa
Chap 5. The Law of Contracts and Sales.
Know these differences:
Torts: Duties are created by the civil law. Performance of the duty is
enforced by the injured party suing the other party. Violating the duty
results in the payment of money damages.
Chap 9 Secured Transactions and Bankruptcy
Is the availability of credit a good thing or a bad thing?
What would the world be like if you had to pay cash for everything you
Is credit a vital part of life as we have come to know it.?
Which is Bette
Chapter 3 The Court System and Legal Process
The American Legal System
TAKE THIS QUIZ. Write your name and todays date on a piece of paper. Then
write the meaning of these terms:
The Law of Property
1. What is the legal definition property?
a. Property is NOT a thing.
b. Property is a concept; an idea
c. Definition: A bundle of rights which, in relation to others, allows
the owner to possess, use and dispose of a tangible o
GBU 204 Lecture Outline
Chapter 2: ADR
I. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
A. Types of ADR
1. Negotiation and Settlement
2. BATNA: _.
3. Arbitration (Panels or a single arbitrator).
a. Whats the difference between:
b. Trailmobile T
Find a newspaper article dealing with a tort.
1. Identify the tort.
The tort in this case is the neglect of the assistant coach.
2. Explain and APPLY all the elements of the tort.
It was the duty of the assistant coach to make sure he
Ethics Assignment 3
Gubernatorial Candidate Fred Smith
Drug testing for welfare recipients
DATE: TH Class Due Thursday, May 7
ISSUE: Should welfare recipients be tested for drugs? Should Smith publicly endorse a law that
would require applic
EKU - GBU 204
Burke A. Christensen, JD
NOTE: Everything on a lecture outline and anything in the assigned readings is
fair game for the tests even if it is not covered in class. This is especially true
of anything in bold print and any term defined in the