Business Law Midterm 1part I

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Business Law Midterm 1Part I
Business Law Exam for SJSU

  
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1.  Each state has its own constitution.
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2.  "Stare decisis" is a doctrine obligating judges to follow precedents established within their jurisdictions.
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3.  A substantive law creates or defines legal rights and obligations.
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4.  The function of the courts is to interpret and apply the law.
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5.  A state court cannot exercise jurisdiction over all of the property located withing the boundaries of the state.
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6.  Mandatory arbitration clauses in employment contracts are not enforceable.
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7.  A state's rules of civil procedure govarn a civil trial held in that state's courts.
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8.  An answer can deny the allegations made in a complaint.
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9.  In most states, if neither party requests a jry , the court will seat a jury on its own motion.
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10.  The courts can hold acts of the legislative and executive branches unconstitutional.
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11.  Congress may regulate any activity that substantially affects interstate commerce.
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12.  The First Amendment protects obscene speech.
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13.  The unethical conduct of corporate management is unlikely to affect the behavior of lower-level employees.
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14.  Setting realistic workplace goals can reduce the probability that employees will act unethically.
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15.  According to utilitarianism, it does not matter how many people benefit from an act.
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16.  To commit an intentional tort, a person need not act with a harmful motive.
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17.  An assault may be committed when a person acts in a way so as to create an apprehension of offensive contact in the distant future.
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18.  A store manager may delay a suspected shoplifter if the manager has probable cause to justify delaying the suspect.
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19.  To commit trespass to land, a person does not need to harm the land.
20.  A reasonable person standard determines whether allegedly negligent conduct resulted in a breach of a duty of care.
21.  An assumption of risk defense does not require that a risk be voluntarily assumed.
22.  Strict liability is imposed for reasons other than fault.
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23.  A party who unintentionally uses the trademark of another will not be liable for trademark infringement.
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24.  A patent applicant must demonstrates that the invention, discovery, or design is commercially practicable to receive a patent.
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25.  Pricing information can be a trade secret.
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