1. Please state the basic facts of the case.
The National Football League team refuse pay the minimum wages to the Tampa Bay
Buccaneers. The cheerleaders just can earned $100 for each match. And they work
long time buy didnt get the enough wages.
2. Is th
When is a tort committed?
When are businesses liable for the torts committed by their employees?
What are the ways that injuries may be inflicted in torts
Assignment # 2
1.John is walking around in a bad neighborhood. Paul walks up to
him, puts a gun to his head and asks him if he wants to buy a
painting for a $100. In fear for his life, John says yes. Is this a
valid contract? Why? Let's say tha
1.What are federal trial courts called? Federal appeals courts?
A: District court and circuit court
2.Name two outcoe can have on appeal?
A: Affirmed and reserved.
3.Which federal judicial circuit is Ohio in? New Hampshire?
A: Ohio: United State
1. John gave Mary a postdated check to be cashed on January 1, 2014. Mary
needs the money today December 14. Can Mary cash the check before the
New Year? Can the bank cash the postdated check before its date? When
would the bank be liable for g
Writing Assignment #1
1. Law is different from morality and ethics because it is regulatory and binding. Everyone must
abide by the law. However, morality and ethics are relative and more specific to certain
1. How is law different from morality and ethics? Explain
Laws are rules of conduct that the government creates and requires
us to obey. They ensure that we receive rights and kept from harm.
Laws protect us in 2 ways: 1) by prohibiting possibly harmful