quiz on Torts, Intellectual Property, and Criminal Law and Procedure

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WEEK 2 QUIZ Select the best answer for each of the questions below. There is only one best answer. 1. _____ property is an ownership fence, which applies to resources like land that more than one individual owns jointly. A. Private B. Civil C. Public D. Common E. Tort 2. A property-based legal system ___________. A. is unimportant in Western legal systems B. believes that law is simply the commands of the state backed up by force and punishments C. is contrary to the philosophy of natural law D. does not allow for the transfer of private resources E. allows people to exclude others from interfering with what their efforts produce 3. Which of the following statements is true of formalism? A. It is primarily concerned with the consequences of a person’s action rather than the action itself. B. It lays more emphasis on end results and their evaluation. C. It focuses more on common good rather than on individual rights. D. It is an approach to ethics that affirms an absolute morality. E. Its dominant form is utilitarianism. 4. Dan is a supporter of the formalist view. Which of the following is most likely to be his belief about lying? A. He is likely to support a lie that is told for personal gain. B. He is likely to condemn all forms of lying. C. He is likely to support a lie that is told for the common good. D. He is likely to disapprove of lying only in instances that hurt people. E. He is likely to support a lie that is harmless. 5. Which of the following statements is true of the role of judges in U.S. courts? A. They determine the facts from conflicting evidence in a jury trial. B. They present evidence to a jury. C. They give no deference to the facts found by a jury. D. They apply the law to the facts of a case. E. They campaign for reelection. 6. Which of the following statements is true of trial judges of U.S. courts? A. They cannot apply substantive rules of law to decide a case. B. They are responsible for finding the facts in cases without a jury. C. They are responsible for reviewing petitions for a writ of certiorari. D. Members of the U.S. Supreme Court are known as trial judges. E. They are not allowed to apply constitutional limitations in trials without a jury. 7. A negotiation between a seller and a buyer begins with each party stating their respective expectations in a competitive style. The seller starts with as high an asking price as is considered reasonable. Likewise, the buyer begins with the lowest reasonable price. In the context of negotiation methods, this scenario is an example of _____. A. positional bargaining B. principled negotiation C. distributive negotiation D. fact bargaining E. surface bargaining 8. Which of the following statements is true of principled, interest-based negotiations? A. They typically begin in a competitive style with the disputing parties stating their respective expectations. B. They involve seven elements that vary in importance depending on the factual situation in dispute and on the parties’ individual perspectives. C. They are concerned only with preparing for litigation to settle disputes. D. They require the presence of a judge or magistrate to come up with a reasonable outcome that is better than the disputing parties’ alternatives. E. They force parties to choose alternatives, which are outcomes that are agreeable to everyone involved. 9. Which of the following statements is true of tort law? A. It deals with criminal cases rather than civil cases. B. It typically deals with breach of contract. C. It exists to protect people from being tried twice for the same crime. D. It requires an agreement between the parties involved to resolve a wrong. E. It sets limits on how people can act and use their resources. 10. ______ is usually defined as the desire to bring about certain or substantially likely results. A. Tort B. Dereliction C. Intent D. Negligence E. Malpractice 11. Tony has admired Ann for months, but he has never talked to her. One day, Tony walks up to Ann and gives her a hug. Ann is angry and decides to sue Tony. In this case, Tony has committed the tort of ______. A. duress B. conversion C. battery D. negligence E. fraud 12. Which of the following is most likely to be the first step taken by a business to protect its trade secrets? A. assert its property by preserving secrecy B. decide who can visit the business and what areas can be seen by them C. establish the existence of a trade secret as it is critical in controlling valuable knowledge resources D. identify confidential knowledge-based resources by conducting a trade secret audit E. require visitors, suppliers, and customers to sign a non-disclosure agreement 13. Misappropriation of a trade secret occurs when ______. A. a person is able to recreate the same information that the other considers to be a trade secret B. a person recreates a product after looking at it and figuring out how it works or how it is formulated C. a person uses another's trade secret and confidential information with authorization D. a person improperly acquires secret information through burglary, espionage, or computer hacking E. a person uses his or her own knowledge and understanding to recreate what is another's trade secret 14. A(n) ______ is an order by a judge either to do something or to refrain from doing something. A. penalty B. injunction C. actual damage D. punitive damage E. compensatory damage 15. Which of the following statements is true of a white-collar crime? A. It is usually committed for personal financial gain. B. It predominantly involves heavy use of violence and physical force. C. It excludes criminals of high socioeconomic status. D. It is based on personal revenge rather than material or property gains. E. It predominantly applies to offenses that occur outside a business or a professional setting. 16. Which of the following is an example of a white-collar crime? A. homicide B. genocide C. embezzlement D. manslaughter E. euthanasia

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WEEK 2 QUIZ
Select the best answer for each of the questions below. There is only one best
answer.
1. _____ property is an ownership fence, which applies to resources like land that
more than one individual owns jointly.
A. Private
B. Civil
C. Public
D. Common
E. Tort

2. A property-based legal system ___________.
A. is unimportant in Western legal systems
B. believes that law is simply the commands of the state backed up by force and
punishments
C. is contrary to the philosophy of natural law
D. does not allow for the transfer of private resources
E. allows people to exclude others from interfering with what their efforts produce
3. Which of the following statements is true of formalism?
A. It is primarily concerned with the consequences of a person’s action rather than
the action itself.
B. It lays more emphasis on end results and their evaluation.
C. It focuses more on common good rather than on individual rights.
D. It is an approach to ethics that affirms an absolute morality.
E. Its dominant form is utilitarianism.
4. Dan is a supporter of the formalist view. Which of the following is most likely to
be his belief about lying?
A. He is likely to support a lie that is told for personal gain.
B. He is likely to condemn all forms of lying.
C. He is likely to support a lie that is told for the common good.
D. He is likely to disapprove of lying only in instances that hurt people.
E. He is likely to support a lie that is harmless.
5. Which of the following statements is true of the role of judges in U.S. courts?
A. They determine the facts from conflicting evidence in a jury trial.
B. They present evidence to a jury.
C. They give no deference to the facts found by a ...

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