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					                                   Business Law 002
                                   In Class Quiz # 1

                                   Chapter 1

           The Historical and Constitutional
                       Foundations
1.      Constitutional law includes only the U.S. Constitution.

                                    TRUE OR FALSE

2.      The U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the United States.

                                    TRUE OR FALSE

3.      Whether a law is constitutional depends on its source.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE
4.      A state constitution is supreme within the state’s borders so long as it does not
        conflict with the U.S. Constitution or a federal law.

                                    TRUE OR FALSE

5.      Federal statutes apply to all states.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

6.      Uniform laws apply in all states, including those in which the laws have not
        been adopted.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

7.      Federal administrative agencies specify the powers of Congress.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

8.      Common law is a term for the law that is known to most of us.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE



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9.      Judges use precedent when deciding a case in a common law legal system.

                                     TRUE OR FALSE

10.     Stare decisis is a doctrine obligating judges to follow precedents established
        within their jurisdictions.

                                     TRUE OR FALSE




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                                   Chapter 2

                          Ethics and
                   Business Decision Making
1.      Ethics focuses on the way in which moral principles apply in daily life.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

2.      Ethics is not concerned with the way in which moral principles are derived.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

3.      Lying can violate a duty of loyalty that an employer owes to its employees.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

4.      Business ethics applies only to corporations.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

5.      Corporate decisions affect only those who own, operate, or work for the firm.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

6.      Management’s behavior sets the ethical tone of a firm.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

7.      Setting realistic workplace goals can reduce the probability that employees will
        act unethically.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

8.      Corporate ethical policies must be integrated throughout the firm to be
        effective.
                                       TRUE OR FALSE




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9.      An ethical issue involving conflicting duties can only be resolved by establishing
        which duties take priority over others.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

10.     Management constantly faces ethical trade-offs.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE




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                                   Chapter 3

                     Courts and Alternative
                       Dispute Resolution
1.      Federal courts are superior to state courts.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

2.      State courts are independent of federal courts.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

3.      The function of the courts is to interpret and apply the law.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

4.      A state court can exercise jurisdiction over anyone within the boundaries of the
        state.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

5.      A long arm statute permits a court to exercise jurisdiction over an out-of-state
        defendant.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

6.      A state court can exercise jurisdiction over a nonresident by showing that he or
        she had minimum contacts with the state.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

7.      A state court can exercise jurisdiction over all of the property located within
        the boundaries of the state.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

8.      A lawsuit involving a federal question can originate in a federal court.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

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9.      For purposes of diversity of citizenship, a corporation is a citizen only of the
        state in which it is incorporated.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

10.     Cyberspace is its own jurisdiction.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE




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                                   Chapter 4

                      Torts and Cyber Torts
1.      Tort law provides legal remedies for property damage.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

2.      Punitive damages are intended to punish a wrongdoer and deter others.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

3.      A person may commit an intentional tort if he or she acts knowing with
        substantial certainty that certain consequences will result.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

4.      To commit an intentional tort, a person must act with a harmful motive.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

5.      The apprehension that an assault will occur need not be reasonable.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

6.      A battery occurs only if the victim suffers actual physical harm.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

7.      False imprisonment is a tort only if the confinement or restraint is justified.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

8.      A store manager may delay a suspected shoplifter if the manager has probable
        cause to justify delaying the suspect.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE




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9.      Slander involves the oral communication of defamatory language.

                                      TRUE OR FALSE

10.     Defamation involves wrongfully hurting a person’s good reputation.

                                      TRUE OR FALSE




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                                  Chapter 5

                      Intellectual Property
                        and Internet Law
1.      In Case 5.1, The Coca-Cola Co. v. The Koke Co. of America, the United States
        Supreme Court upheld an injunction prohibiting competing beverage companies
        from calling their products “Koke.”

                                      TRUE OR FALSE

2.      To establish dilution, an alleged infringer’s use of a “famous” mark must
        actually reduce the value of the mark.

                                      TRUE OR FALSE

3.      Federal law prohibits the unauthorized commercial use of a trademark.

                                      TRUE OR FALSE

4.      An applicant cannot register a trademark on the basis of an intention to use
        the mark in commerce.

                                      TRUE OR FALSE

5.      The unauthorized use of a “famous” trademark is prohibited only if the
        unauthorized user competes directly with the owner of the mark.

                                      TRUE OR FALSE

6.      A fanciful use of ordinary words may be trademarked.

                                      TRUE OR FALSE

7.      An arbitrary use of ordinary words may not be trademarked.

                                      TRUE OR FALSE



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8.      A suggestive use of ordinary words may not be trademarked.

                                     TRUE OR FALSE

9.      A personal name is protected under trademark law if it acquires a secondary
        meaning.

                                     TRUE OR FALSE

10.     A generic term is not protected under trademark law unless it acquires a
        secondary meaning.

                                     TRUE OR FALSE




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                                   Chapter 6

                Criminal Law and Cyber Crimes

1.      The prosecution in a criminal case need only establish by a preponderance of
        the evidence that the defendant committed the crime.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

2.      At a criminal trial, the burden of proof is on an accused person to prove his or
        her innocence.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

3.      Only public officials prosecute criminal defendants.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

4.      Criminal liability depends on the commission or omission of an act.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

5.      Criminal liability depends on a specific state of mind or intent.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

6.      If a person does not know that he or she is taking the property of someone
        else, the person cannot be convicted of theft.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE

7.      Larceny relies on stealth while robbery relies on fear and force.

                                       TRUE OR FALSE




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8.      Obtaining another person’s phone card number so that it may be used to make
        unauthorized long-distance calls is theft.

                                        TRUE OR FALSE

9.      Stealing computer time is not a crime.

                                     TRUE OR FALSE

10.     Counterfeiting is forgery.

                                        TRUE OR FALSE




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