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LAW 531T Week 3 Practice Assignment

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Week 3 Practice Assignment

  1. The unlawful taking of another’s property with the intent to permanently deprive them of it is defined as _________________.
  • burglary
  • robbery
  • embezzlement
  • larceny

 

  1. Which of the following is an example of interference with a business relationship?
  • aggressive advertising that steals away customers from a competitor
  • using intimidation to keep parties from patronizing a certain store
  • luring an employee away from his or her employer
  • refusing to continue a business relationship out of spite

 

  1. What is the chief difference between a tort and a crime?
  • A crime carries a public penalty.
  • A tort carries a public penalty.
  • A tort is legal, while a crime is illegal.
  • A tort occurs in the workplace, while a crime occurs elsewhere.

 

  1. True or false: Spoken defamation is called slander.

 True False

 

  1. The doctrine of _________________ states that a criminal act may be justifiable if it is necessary to prevent foreseeable harm.
  • diminished capacity
  • duress
  • necessity
  • entrapment

 

  1. A plaintiff engaging in behavior that contributes to his or her injury may be guilty of _________________ negligence.
  • fiduciary
  • contributory
  • comparative
  • affirmative

 

  1. _________________ is an intentional tort that means “harmful or offensive contact.”
  • Infliction of emotional distress
  • Assault
  • False imprisonment
  • Battery

 

  1. A(n) _________________ tort arises when a person intentionally intrudes upon another person’s solitude, seclusion, private affairs, or concerns.
  • misappropriation
  • intrusion upon seclusion
  • false light
  • public revelation of private facts

 

  1. Which of the following is not true of a misdemeanor?
  • The penalty for a misdemeanor could be a $500 fine.
  • It is more serious than a felony.
  • The penalty for a misdemeanor could be six months in jail.
  • Minor theft is an example of a misdemeanor.

 

  1. Which of the following is not true of a capital crime?
  • It is punishable by death.
  • It is the most severe unlawful behavior.
  • First-degree murder is an example of a capital crime.
  • Manslaughter is an example of a capital crime.

 

  1. Which of the following is not an example of a fiduciary relationship?
  • doctor-patient
  • coworker-coworker
  • pilot-passenger
  • babysitter-charge

 

  1. The requirement of firms to maintain best practices procedures for financial reporting is known as _________________.
  • rights and interests of stakeholders
  • rights and interests of shareholders
  • integrity and ethical behavior
  • disclosure and transparency

 

  1. Under the ethical theory of _________________, an action is ethical if it maximizes the greatest happiness for society as a whole.
  • Kantianism
  • social justice
  • utilitarianism
  • virtue ethics

 

  1. International law is generally successful in establishing all but which of the following?
  • standards for weights and measures
  • standards for trade of goods
  • construction rules for fire prevention
  • protocol for airplane safety

 

  1. Which of the following is not an entity through which international disputes are resolved?
  • the Dispute Settlement Body
  • the World Trade Organization
  • the International Court of Justice
  • the General Assembly

 

  1. If a firm meets the _________________ of behavior, it does no harm to other businesses or the community.
  • social minimum
  • economic minimum
  • moral minimum
  • ethical minimum

 

  1. The _________________ Clause gives Congress the power to regulate commerce with other nations.
  • Supremacy
  • Foreign Commerce
  • Contract
  • Treaty

 

  1. Which is not a goal of the UN?
  • maintain peace
  • promote economic development
  • regulate currency and trade between member nations
  • provide humanitarian aid

 

  1. The _________________ is comprised of 15 member states, 5 of which are permanent members.
  • Secretariat
  • General Assembly
  • Security Council
  • General Council

 

  1. Members of the _________________ contribute money to a pool through a quota system from which countries can temporarily borrow funds.
  • World Bank
  • International Monetary Fund
  • United Nations Bank
  • Bank for International Settlements
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