1.A law that restricts a fundamental right violates substantive due process unless it promotes a compelling or overriding state interest. TRUE 2. Owen claims that a Pennsylvania state statue infringes on his "substantive due process" rights. This claim focuses on: the content of the statute 3. A Rhode Island state statute imposes a prison term, without a trail, on all street vendors who operate in certain areas. A Court would likely hold this statute to be : unconstitutional under the due process clause 4. Leo, a resident of Missouri, owns a warehouse in Nebraska. A dispute arises over the ownership of the warehouse with Opal, a resident of Kansas. Opan files a suit aagainst Leo in Nebraska.� Regarding this suite, Nebraska ask: in rem jurisdiction 5. Carol files a suit against Delta Corporation.� Delta responds that it appears from the pleading the parties do not dispute the facts and the only question is how the law applies to those fact. Delta support this response with witnesses; sworn statements: a motion of summary judgement �
Unit 2 Review:
1. In tort law, an actor who knows the substantial certainty that certain�consequences will result from an act has intent. TRUE 2. False imprisonment is a tort only if confinement is unjustified. TRUE 3. Mary is accused of slander. Slander includes: oral defamatory statements only 4. Leo hears Mona falsely accuse Nick of stealing from their employer. The statement is defamatory: because Leo heard it. 5. Todd files a suit against United Media Corporation for defamation. Actual malice must be shown for recovery of damages if Todd is: a� public figure 6.� Sam, an engineer, supervises the construction of a new bridge. When the bridge collapses due to faculty construction, Sam is sued by those injured in the collapse. As a professional, Sam is held to the same standard of care of: other engineers. 7. Beth is injured in a car accident and sues Curt, alleging negligence. Curt claims that Beth was driving more carelessly than he was. Comparative negligence my reduce Beth's recovery: even if Beth was only slightly at fault. 8. Sue writes a defamatory article about Tony. The article is disseminated through the print media, via newspapers, and online, via an Internet service provider (ISP). Most likely to be held liable for the article are Sue and: the newspaper only. 9. Good Tire Company designs and manufacturers car and truck tires. In a product liability suit based on negligence, Good Tire could be liable for violating its duty of care with respect to : the design or the manufacture of the tires. 10. Silicon Computers manufactures hard drivers. Dave discovers that his Silicon drive is defective. Dave sues Silicon for product liability based on misrepresentation.To win, Dave must show that: Dave suffered an injury caused by the defect. �
Unit 3 Review:
1. A contract is formed when two parties promise to perform an act in the future: TRUE 2. An advertisement is generally an invitation to negotiate: TRUE 3. Jill make s promise to Ken. Ken is: a promisee
4. Jill promises to pay Kyle $500 because "he does not have as much money as other people." Jill promise is: not enforceable because Kyle has not given consideration in return. 5. Doug, a minor, signs a contract to buy a truck from Eagle Autos by misrepresenting his age to be twenty-one. When Doug fails to make the payments, Eagle sues, and Doug tries to dis-affirm the contract. Doug: can return the truck and avoid any further liability. 6. Dina, en employee of Eagle Industries, is injured in a work-related accident. Based on the diagnosis of Frank, a doctor accepts $50,000 from Eagle and waives the right to future claims. Frank's diagnosis later proves to have been wrong. According to the reasoning of the court in case 10.1, Roberts v. Century Contractors, Inc. Frank's misdiagnosis�is, in terms of its impart on Dina's agreement with Eagle:� a mutual mistake of fact. 7. Sam contract to harvest...
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