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Hu is an officer of International Corporation. With respect to binding International to contracts, Hu’s authority ?Answer . . 1. . need not be actual or apparent. . . 2. . may be actual or apparent. . . 3. . must be actual and express, not implied or apparent. . . 4. . must be actual and may be express or implied, but not apparent. . ?? 2 points Question 2 . ? Fact Pattern 32-1A . Ruby indicates that she is acting as an agent on behalf of an unidentified client when she enters into a contract with Saldana. . . Refer to Fact Pattern 32-1A. The unidentified client is ?Answer . . 1. . an undisclosed principal. . . 2. . a disclosed principal. . . 3. . a non-existent principal. . . 4. . a partially disclosed principal. . ?? 2 points Question 3 . ? BizOnline.com uses an electronic agent, or e-agent, to perform certain tasks in e-commerce. With respect to the e-agent’s actions, BizOnline.com is bound by ?Answer . . 1. . only those actions that BizOnine.com ratifies. . . 2. . only those actions of which BizOnline.com is aware. . . 3. . only those actions that BizOnline.com does not refute within ten days. . . 4. . all of the actions. . ?? 2 points Question 4 . ? Rupert, an agent for Star Productions, Inc., enters into an unauthorized contract with Trucking Corporation purportedly on behalf of Star, which refuses to perform. Rupert is liable ?Answer . . 1. . for misrepresentation to Trucking only. . . 2. . for misrepresentation to Star only. . . 3. . to no one. . . 4. . for breach of contract to Star and Trucking. . ?? 2 points Question 5 . ? Fab Auto Sales, Inc., employs GR8 Collection Company as a collection agent. While repossessing a car from Hadji, one of Fab’s customers, GR8 causes an accident in which Hadji is injured. Hadji can recover from ?Answer . . 1. . Hadji’s insurance company only. . . 2. . Fab or GR8. . . 3. . GR8 only. . . 4. . Fab only. . ?? 2 points Question 6 . ? Commercial Development Corporation (CDC) hires Delta Construction Company to work at a site as an independent contractor. Whether CDC will be liable for torts committed at the site by Delta depends on ?Answer . . 1. . whether exceptionally hazardous activities are involved. . . 2. . what Delta bid for the job. . . 3. . who is paying Delta. . . 4. . which party obtained insurance to cover tort liability. . ?? 2 points Question 7 . ? Clive is a purchasing agent for Double D Ranch with the authority to buy cattle at a certain auction. After the cattle are bought, the agency relationship terminates ?Answer . . 1. . following notice to all potential cattle sellers. . . 2. . automatically. . . 3. . following published notice in a local newspaper. . . 4. . following notice to all actual cattle sellers. . ?? 2 points Question 8 . ? Frida hires Gert, a real estate broker, to act as her agent to sell her house. The house burns down before being sold. The agency agreement is likely ?Answer . . 1. . terminated by operation of law. . . 2. . terminated by mutual consent of the parties. . . 3. . still in force if Gert does not tell prospective customers. . . 4. . still in force if Frida gives Gert additional consideration. . ?? 2 points Question 9 . ? Omar hires Petra, a real estate broker, to act as his agent to sell his land for $150,000. Oil is discovered beneath the land, causing its market value to increase considerably. The agency agreement is likely ?Answer . . 1. . terminated by mutual consent of the parties. . . 2. . still in force if Omar gives Petra additional consideration. . . 3. . terminated by operation of law. . . 4. . still in force if Petra does not tell prospective customers. . ?? 2 points Question 10 . ? Miklos grants an ordinary power of attorney to Nathalie to handle a list of financial transactions on Miklos’s behalf. This power will terminate on ?Answer . . 1. . Nathalie’s handling of one of each stipulated transaction. . . 2. . Miklos’s sixty-fifth birthday. . . 3. . any transaction causing a loss to Miklos. . . 4. . Miklos’s death or incapacity. . ?? 2 points Question 11 . ? Sonia manages a Tasty Pastry store for United Food Company. To manage the business, Sonia’s authority can be implied by ?Answer . . 1. . no inference. . . 2. . any inference a reasonable customer or supplier would make. . . 3. . any inference Sonia chooses to make. . . 4. . an inference from the position Sonia occupies. . ?? 2 points Question 12 . ? Based on Nan’s conduct, Odel reasonably believes that Poppy has the authority to act on Nan’s behalf even though Poppy does not have the actual authority to do so. In this circumstance, Poppy has ?Answer . . 1. . express authority. . . 2. . implied authority. . . 3. . no authority. . . 4. . apparent authority. . ?? 2 points Question 13 . ? Trey, an agent for Uno Music Corporation, executes an unauthorized contract with Variety Recording, Inc., that is highly advantageous to Uno. Variety withdraws from the deal before Uno ratifies the contract. The contract is ?Answer . . 1. . voidable. . . 2. . void. . . 3. . valid. . . 4. . variable. . ?? 2 points Question 14 . ? Elin, an agent for First Credit Corporation (FC), enters into an unauthorized contract with Great Expectations, Inc. (GE), purportedly on FC’s behalf. This contract will be enforceable if it is ratified by ?Answer . . 1. . GE. . . 2. . Elin. . . 3. . any third party. . . 4. . FC. . ?? 2 points Question 15 . ? Ezra is an agent for Fresh Food Corporation. Ezra makes an innocent misrepresentation when entering into a contract on behalf of Fresh with Gala Grocery Stores, Inc. Gala ?Answer . . 1. . may rescind the contract. . . 2. . must perform the contract. . . 3. . must ratify the contract. . . 4. . is estopped from performing the contract. . ?? 2 points Question 16 . ? Security Armored Car Corporation employs Theo as an agent. Without Security’s knowledge but otherwise acting within the scope of employment, Theo commits a crime. The state can successfully prosecute ?Answer . . 1. . neither Security nor Theo. . . 2. . Theo only. . . 3. . Security or Theo. . . 4. . Security only. . ?? 2 points Question 17 . ? Jen, an agent for Kip, enters into a contract on Kip’s behalf with Leon that must be in writing to be enforceable under the Statute of Frauds. Under the equal dignity rule, Jen’s authority to enter into this contract ?Answer . . 1. . may be express, implied, or apparent. . . 2. . must be express, written, and not oral, implied, or apparent. . . 3. . must be express, oral or written, but not implied or apparent. . . 4. . may be express or implied, but not apparent. . ?? 2 points Question 18 . ? Myron is an employee of Nero. Either party can terminate the employment relationship at any time for any reason without liability. With respect to the employment-at-will doctrine, this is ?Answer . . 1. . an exception based on public policy. . . 2. . an exception based on tort theory. . . 3. . an exception based on contract theory. . . 4. . an example of the doctrine. . ?? 2 points Question 19 . ? Hi-Tech Assembly Corporation employs seven thousand workers in three states. A third of the employees are members of the International Telecommunications Workers Union. Under federal labor law, the union can ?Answer . . 1. . demand that Hi-Tech be a closed shop. . . 2. . insist that Hi-Tech hire more employees than necessary. . . 3. . refuse to bargain with Hi-Tech. . . 4. . none of the choices. . ?? 2 points Question 20 . ? Service Employees International Union would like Tasty Cafés, Inc., to require union membership of its job applicants as a condition to obtaining employment. This is ?Answer . . 1. . illegal only in states that have right-to-work laws. . . 2. . illegal in all states. . . 3. . legal in all states. . . 4. . legal only in states that have right-to-work laws. . ?? 2 points Question 21 . ? Detroit Automotive Company (DAC) agrees with its employees’ union not to buy any nonunion-produced component parts from other firms for use in DAC products. This is ?Answer . . 1. . a prohibited secondary boycott. . . 2. . a technically legal secondary boycott. . . 3. . a unilateral one-party boycott. . . 4. . a permissible secondary boycott. . ?? 2 points Question 22 . ? During a union election campaign at Skyscraper Construction Corporation, the employer can, without monitoring or regulating by the National Labor Relations Board, threaten employees with ?Answer . . 1. . a layoff only. . . 2. . neither a layoff nor a reduction in benefits and wages. . . 3. . a layoff or a reduction in benefits and wages. . . 4. . a reduction in benefits and wages only. . ?? 2 points Question 23 . ? Chewy works for Deep Excavation Corporation (DEC). While operating a backhoe, Chewy suffers an injury. He will be compensated under state workers’ compensation laws only if ?Answer . . 1. . he is completely disabled. . . 2. . his injury was accidental and occurred on the job or in the course of employment. . . 3. . he does not have health insurance. . . 4. . he successfully sues DEC. . ?? 2 points Question 24 . ? Over a forty-year period, Ewa worked in a variety of jobs. She was also occasionally unemployed, briefly hospitalized, and suffered a temporary disability. She retired last year. The key law on all of these subjects is ?Answer . . 1. . the Social Security Act. . . 2. . the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act. . . 3. . the Federal Insurance Contributions Act. . . 4. . the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. . ?? 2 points Question 25 . ? Holly takes temporary leave from her job at Interstate Trucking Company to care for her new baby. When she attempts to return to work, Interstate refuses to reinstate her. Under the Family and Medical Leave Act, Holly may be entitled to ?Answer . . 1. . nothing. . . 2. . damages only. . . 3. . damages or job reinstatement only. . . 4. . double damages, job reinstatement, a promotion, and more. . ?? 2 points Question 26 . ? First National Bank may subject its employees to lie-detector tests when investigating ?Answer . . 1. . prior work history. . . 2. . losses attributable to theft. . . 3. . suspected drug use. . . 4. . health and medical conditions. . ?? 2 points Question 27 . ? Petro Oil Company wants to test its workers for acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Petro may ?Answer . . 1. . discharge employees who have AIDS. . . 2. . none of the choices. . . 3. . discriminate against job applicants who have AIDS. . . 4. . test its employees for AIDS. . ?? 2 points Question 28 . ? Flem is an employee of Glo Goods, Inc. Flem reports to state officials that Glo is illegally shipping unsafe goods to unsuspecting customers. When Glo learns of Flem’s report, Glo fires him. He successfully sues Glo for wrongful discharge. With respect to the employment-at-will doctrine, this is ?Answer . . 1. . an exception based on contract theory. . . 2. . an exception based on public policy. . . 3. . an exception based on tort theory. . . 4. . an example of the doctrine. . ?? 2 points Question 29 . ? Emma, Frick, Glenda, and Huey are employees of different-sized employers in different industries. A minimum wage must be paid to employees in ?Answer . . 1. . no industries. . . 2. . covered industries only. . . 3. . small-business industries only. . . 4. . all industries. . ?? 2 points Question 30 . ? Rich works as a forklift operator for Storage Warehouse Company. Assuming that Rich meets other requirements, the maximum number of hours that he can work per week without overtime pay is ?Answer . . 1. . unlimited. . . 2. . thirty-nine. . . 3. . forty. . . 4. . forty-one. . ?? 2 points Question 31 . ? Link and Meryl are employees of Natural Resources, Inc. (NRI). When Odel, the president of NRI, learns that Link and Meryl are active in union activities, he discharges them. Link and Meryl may bring an action against NRI under ?Answer . . 1. . state workers’ compensation law. . . 2. . federal labor law. . . 3. . federal or state unemployment law. . . 4. . the employment at-will doctrine. . ?? 2 points Question 32 . ? Industrial Solvents, Inc., and its employees are subject to federal labor law, which is concerned with the rights of ?Answer . . 1. . the employer only. . . 2. . the employees and the employer. . . 3. . neither the employees nor the employer. . . 4. . the employees only. . ?? 2 points Question 33 . ? Piku files an employment discrimination suit against Quotient Accounting, Inc., under Title VII, based on its discharge of Piku. In these circumstances, possible relief under Title VII includes ?Answer . . 1. . damages only. . . 2. . neither damages or job reinstatement. . . 3. . damages or job reinstatement. . . 4. . job reinstatement only. . ?? 2 points Question 34 . ? Fact Pattern 34-2A . Beth, who has a disability, is an employee of Corporate Office Company (COC). After the installation of new doors on COC’s building, Beth finds it nearly impossible to get in and out. For repeatedly failing to be on time, COC replaces Beth with Dian, who does not have a disability. . . Refer to Fact Pattern 34-2A. To successfully defend against Beth’s claim, COC will have to show that ?Answer . . 1. . COC cannot make changes to the doors without undue hardship. . . 2. . Beth consistently failed to meet the essential requirements of her job. . . 3. . the doors were not installed as an act of intentional discrimination. . . 4. . Dian is qualified for Beth’s position. . ?? 2 points Question 35 . ? Lee is seventy years old and Mira is gay. Based on this information, members of protected classes include ?Answer . . 1. . neither Lee nor Mira. . . 2. . Lee only. . . 3. . Lee and Mira. . . 4. . Mira only. . ?? 2 points Question 36 . ? Fact Pattern 34-1A . Fay works for General Construction Contractors (GCC) but is the only woman on her shift. The male workers often play minor pranks on each other. Fay attempts a prank. Hank, her supervisor, fires her, because “GCC doesn’t hold with pranks.” . . Refer to Fact Pattern 34-1A. To successfully defend itself in Fay’s suit, GCC must show that Hank’s statement was ?Answer . . 1. . only a pretext for Fay’s discharge. . . 2. . a legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason for Fay’s discharge. . . 3. . unofficial GCC policy. . . 4. . not Fay’s feeling about pranks at GCC. . ?? 2 points Question 37 . ? Personnel Staffing Corporation meets all of the requirements to be subject to the federal employment discrimination laws. Among these, the most important statute prohibiting discrimination against members of protected classes is ?Answer . . 1. . Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. . . 2. . the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967. . . 3. . the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978. . . 4. . the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. . ?? 2 points Question 38 . ? Fix-It Repair Shop does not take any action to prevent sexual harassment of its employees. Fix-It Repair may be liable for such harassment by ?Answer . . 1. . not a customer or an employee. . . 2. . a customer only. . . 3. . a customer or an employee. . . 4. . an employee only. . ?? 2 points Question 39 . ? Kyla is a salesperson for Liberty Financial Corporation. Micky is also a Liberty salesperson. Neil is Kyla and Micky’s supervisor. Owen is a Liberty customer. Liberty may be liable for sexual harassment to Kyla by ?Answer . . 1. . Micky, Neil, or Owen. . . 2. . Micky only. . . 3. . Micky or Neil only. . . 4. . Neil only. . ?? 2 points Question 40 . ? Cora, a female, and Dom, a male, are employees of Equipment Leasing Corporation. Cora regularly e-mails sexually explicit images to Dom via Equipment Leasing’s computer network. Dom finds this offensive. This is ?Answer . . 1. . not harassment or any form of discrimination. . . 2. . quid pro quo harassment. . . 3. . reverse discrimination. . . 4. . hostile-environment harassment. . ?? 2 points Question 41 . ? Mona files an employment discrimination suit against Nationwide Corporation (NC) under Title VII. If Mona shows that NC acted with malice or reckless indifference, she may recover ?Answer . . 1. . compensatory or punitive damages. . . 2. . neither compensatory nor punitive damages. . . 3. . punitive damages only. . . 4. . compensatory damages only. . ?? 2 points Question 42 . ? United Company replaces Vera, a forty-five-year-old employee, with Wendy. Vera files a suit against United under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. To establish a prima facie case, Vera must show, among other things, that she is ?Answer . . 1. . qualified for the position. . . 2. . deserving of higher pay than Wendy. . . 3. . older than Wendy. . . 4. . generally more dependable than Wendy. . ?? 2 points Question 43 . ? Hi-Flite Corporation requires its pilots to have 20/20 vision without glasses. Neither Inez, an African-American female, nor Jock, a fifty-year-old male, can satisfy this requirement. Relief under the Americans with Disabilities Act is available to ?Answer . . 1. . Inez and Jock. . . 2. . Jock only. . . 3. . Inez only. . . 4. . neither Inez nor Jock. . ?? 2 points Question 44 . ? Fact Pattern 34-2A . Beth, who has a disability, is an employee of Corporate Office Company (COC). After the installation of new doors on COC’s building, Beth finds it nearly impossible to get in and out. For repeatedly failing to be on time, COC replaces Beth with Dian, who does not have a disability. . . Refer to Fact Pattern 34-2A. To succeed with a claim against COC under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Beth will have to show that ?Answer . . 1. . the doors were installed as an act of intentional discrimination. . . 2. . Beth consistently met the essential requirements of her job. . . 3. . Dian is unqualified for Beth’s position. . . 4. . COC refused to make reasonable accommodation for Beth. . ?? 2 points Question 45 . ? Sophisticates, a women’s clothing store, employs female attendants to assist customers in the dressing rooms. Tod, a forty-one-year-old male, applies for an attendant’s job, but is not hired. In Tod’s suit against Sophisticates for employment discrimination under Title VII, the store has ?Answer . . 1. . an after-acquired evidence defense. . . 2. . a bona fide occupational qualification defense. . . 3. . a business necessity defense. . . 4. . a seniority systems defense. . ?? 2 points Question 46 . ? Eton sues Funds Investment Company for employment discrimination under a state law. When compared to federal law, state law may provide ?Answer . . 1. . the same damages only. . . 2. . less damages only. . . 3. . more damages. . . 4. . no damages. . ?? 2 points Question 47 . ? Olly applies for a job with Petro Company. Petro does not hire Olly because of his ethnicity, or national origin. This is ?Answer . . 1. . disparate-impact discrimination. . . 2. . desperate-measure discrimination. . . 3. . disparate-treatment discrimination. . . 4. . not discrimination. . ?? 2 points Question 48 . ? Fact Pattern 34-1A . Fay works for General Construction Contractors (GCC) but is the only woman on her shift. The male workers often play minor pranks on each other. Fay attempts a prank. Hank, her supervisor, fires her, because “GCC doesn’t hold with pranks.” . . Refer to Fact Pattern 34-1A. Fay files a suit against GCC under Title VII. To succeed, Fay must show that Hank’s statement was ?Answer . . 1. . a legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason for Fay’s discharge. . . 2. . only a pretext for Fay’s discharge. . . 3. . also Fay’s feeling about pranks at GCC. . . 4. . unofficial GCC policy. . ?? 2 points Question 49 . ? Lloyd and Milly are employees of NuTech Corporation. They have the same job. Under the Equal Pay Act, NuTech can legitimately pay Lloyd more than Milly on the basis of ?Answer . . 1. . Lloyd’s greater production only. . . 2. . Lloyd’s greater production or seniority. . . 3. . Lloyd’s greater seniority only. . . 4. . neither Lloyd’s greater production nor his greater seniority. . ?? 2 points Question 50 . ? Greta is the only female employee in the maintenance department of Hydraulics Inc. Greta’s supervisor and co-workers tease and play tricks on her so relentlessly that she feels compelled to quit. This is ?Answer . . 1. . not a discharge or discrimination. . . 2. . a voluntary discharge on the basis of impact discrimination. . . 3. . a constructive discharge on the basis of gender discrimination. . . 4. . a harassing discharge on the basis of treatment discrimination.

Hu is an officer of International Corporation. With respect to binding International to contracts, Hu's authority ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	need not be actual or apparent.
.		.	2.	.	may be actual or apparent.
.		.	3.	.	must be actual and express, not implied or apparent.
.		.	4.	.	must be actual and may be express or implied, but not apparent.
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2 points  
Question 2
.	?  Fact Pattern 32-1A
.	Ruby indicates that she is acting as an agent on behalf of an unidentified client when she enters into a contract with Saldana.
.	
.	Refer to Fact Pattern 32-1A. The unidentified client is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	an undisclosed principal.
.		.	2.	.	a disclosed principal.
.		.	3.	.	a non-existent principal.
.		.	4.	.	a partially disclosed principal.
.	??
2 points  
Question 3
.	?  BizOnline.com uses an electronic agent, or e-agent, to perform certain tasks in e-commerce. With respect to the e-agent's actions, BizOnline.com is bound by ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	only those actions that BizOnine.com ratifies.
.		.	2.	.	only those actions of which BizOnline.com is aware.
.		.	3.	.	only those actions that BizOnline.com does not refute within ten days.
.		.	4.	.	all of the actions.
.	??
2 points  
Question 4
.	?  Rupert, an agent for Star Productions, Inc., enters into an unauthorized contract with Trucking Corporation purportedly on behalf of Star, which refuses to perform. Rupert is liable ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	for misrepresentation to Trucking only.
.		.	2.	.	for misrepresentation to Star only.
.		.	3.	.	to no one.
.		.	4.	.	for breach of contract to Star and Trucking.
.	??
2 points  
Question 5
.	?  Fab Auto Sales, Inc., employs GR8 Collection Company as a collection agent. While repossessing a car from Hadji, one of Fab's customers, GR8 causes an accident in which Hadji is injured. Hadji can recover from ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	Hadji's insurance company only.
.		.	2.	.	Fab or GR8.
.		.	3.	.	GR8 only.
.		.	4.	.	Fab only.
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2 points  
Question 6
.	?  Commercial Development Corporation (CDC) hires Delta Construction Company to work at a site as an independent contractor. Whether CDC will be liable for torts committed at the site by Delta depends on ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	whether exceptionally hazardous activities are involved.
.		.	2.	.	what Delta bid for the job.
.		.	3.	.	who is paying Delta.
.		.	4.	.	which party obtained insurance to cover tort liability.
.	??
2 points  
Question 7
.	?  Clive is a purchasing agent for Double D Ranch with the authority to buy cattle at a certain auction. After the cattle are bought, the agency relationship terminates ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	following notice to all potential cattle sellers.
.		.	2.	.	automatically.
.		.	3.	.	following published notice in a local newspaper.
.		.	4.	.	following notice to all actual cattle sellers.
.	??
2 points  
Question 8
.	?  Frida hires Gert, a real estate broker, to act as her agent to sell her house. The house burns down before being sold. The agency agreement is likely ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	terminated by operation of law.
.		.	2.	.	terminated by mutual consent of the parties.
.		.	3.	.	still in force if Gert does not tell prospective customers.
.		.	4.	.	still in force if Frida gives Gert additional consideration.
.	??
2 points  
Question 9
.	?  Omar hires Petra, a real estate broker, to act as his agent to sell his land for $150,000. Oil is discovered beneath the land, causing its market value to increase considerably. The agency agreement is likely ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	terminated by mutual consent of the parties.
.		.	2.	.	still in force if Omar gives Petra additional consideration.
.		.	3.	.	terminated by operation of law.
.		.	4.	.	still in force if Petra does not tell prospective customers.
.	??
2 points  
Question 10
.	?  Miklos grants an ordinary power of attorney to Nathalie to handle a list of financial transactions on Miklos's behalf. This power will terminate on ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	Nathalie's handling of one of each stipulated transaction.
.		.	2.	.	Miklos's sixty-fifth birthday.
.		.	3.	.	any transaction causing a loss to Miklos.
.		.	4.	.	Miklos's death or incapacity.
.	??
2 points  
Question 11
.	?  Sonia manages a Tasty Pastry store for United Food Company. To manage the business, Sonia's authority can be implied by ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	no inference.
.		.	2.	.	any inference a reasonable customer or supplier would make.
.		.	3.	.	any inference Sonia chooses to make.
.		.	4.	.	an inference from the position Sonia occupies.
.	??
2 points  
Question 12
.	?  Based on Nan's conduct, Odel reasonably believes that Poppy has the authority to act on Nan's behalf even though Poppy does not have the actual authority to do so. In this circumstance, Poppy has ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	express authority.
.		.	2.	.	implied authority.
.		.	3.	.	no authority.
.		.	4.	.	apparent authority.
.	??
2 points  
Question 13
.	?  Trey, an agent for Uno Music Corporation, executes an unauthorized contract with Variety Recording, Inc., that is highly advantageous to Uno. Variety withdraws from the deal before Uno ratifies the contract. The contract is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	voidable.
.		.	2.	.	void.
.		.	3.	.	valid.
.		.	4.	.	variable.
.	??
2 points  
Question 14
.	?  Elin, an agent for First Credit Corporation (FC), enters into an unauthorized contract with Great Expectations, Inc. (GE), purportedly on FC's behalf. This contract will be enforceable if it is ratified by ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	GE.
.		.	2.	.	Elin.
.		.	3.	.	any third party.
.		.	4.	.	FC.
.	??
2 points  
Question 15
.	?  Ezra is an agent for Fresh Food Corporation. Ezra makes an innocent misrepresentation when entering into a contract on behalf of Fresh with Gala Grocery Stores, Inc. Gala ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	may rescind the contract.
.		.	2.	.	must perform the contract.
.		.	3.	.	must ratify the contract.
.		.	4.	.	is estopped from performing the contract.
.	??
2 points  
Question 16
.	?  Security Armored Car Corporation employs Theo as an agent. Without Security's knowledge but otherwise acting within the scope of employment, Theo commits a crime. The state can successfully prosecute ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	neither Security nor Theo.
.		.	2.	.	Theo only.
.		.	3.	.	Security or Theo.
.		.	4.	.	Security only.
.	??
2 points  
Question 17
.	?  Jen, an agent for Kip, enters into a contract on Kip's behalf with Leon that must be in writing to be enforceable under the Statute of Frauds. Under the equal dignity rule, Jen's authority to enter into this contract ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	may be express, implied, or apparent.
.		.	2.	.	must be express, written, and not oral, implied, or apparent.
.		.	3.	.	must be express, oral or written, but not implied or apparent.
.		.	4.	.	may be express or implied, but not apparent.
.	??
2 points  
Question 18
.	?  Myron is an employee of Nero. Either party can terminate the employment relationship at any time for any reason without liability. With respect to the employment-at-will doctrine, this is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	an exception based on public policy.
.		.	2.	.	an exception based on tort theory.
.		.	3.	.	an exception based on contract theory.
.		.	4.	.	an example of the doctrine.
.	??
2 points  
Question 19
.	?  Hi-Tech Assembly Corporation employs seven thousand workers in three states. A third of the employees are members of the International Telecommunications Workers Union. Under federal labor law, the union can ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	demand that Hi-Tech be a closed shop.
.		.	2.	.	insist that Hi-Tech hire more employees than necessary.
.		.	3.	.	refuse to bargain with Hi-Tech.
.		.	4.	.	none of the choices.
.	??
2 points  
Question 20
.	?  Service Employees International Union would like Tasty Cafés, Inc., to require union membership of its job applicants as a condition to obtaining employment. This is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	illegal only in states that have right-to-work laws.
.		.	2.	.	illegal in all states.
.		.	3.	.	legal in all states.
.		.	4.	.	legal only in states that have right-to-work laws.
.	??
2 points  
Question 21
.	?  Detroit Automotive Company (DAC) agrees with its employees' union not to buy any nonunion-produced component parts from other firms for use in DAC products. This is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	a prohibited secondary boycott.
.		.	2.	.	a technically legal secondary boycott.
.		.	3.	.	a unilateral one-party boycott.
.		.	4.	.	a permissible secondary boycott.
.	??
2 points  
Question 22
.	?  During a union election campaign at Skyscraper Construction Corporation, the employer can, without monitoring or regulating by the National Labor Relations Board, threaten employees with ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	a layoff only.
.		.	2.	.	neither a layoff nor a reduction in benefits and wages.
.		.	3.	.	a layoff or a reduction in benefits and wages.
.		.	4.	.	a reduction in benefits and wages only.
.	??
2 points  
Question 23
.	?  Chewy works for Deep Excavation Corporation (DEC). While operating a backhoe, Chewy suffers an injury. He will be compensated under state workers' compensation laws only if ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	he is completely disabled.
.		.	2.	.	his injury was accidental and occurred on the job or in the course of employment.
.		.	3.	.	he does not have health insurance.
.		.	4.	.	he successfully sues DEC.
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2 points  
Question 24
.	?  Over a forty-year period, Ewa worked in a variety of jobs. She was also occasionally unemployed, briefly hospitalized, and suffered a temporary disability. She retired last year. The key law on all of these subjects is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	the Social Security Act.
.		.	2.	.	the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act.
.		.	3.	.	the Federal Insurance Contributions Act.
.		.	4.	.	the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.
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2 points  
Question 25
.	?  Holly takes temporary leave from her job at Interstate Trucking Company to care for her new baby. When she attempts to return to work, Interstate refuses to reinstate her. Under the Family and Medical Leave Act, Holly may be entitled to ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	nothing.
.		.	2.	.	damages only.
.		.	3.	.	damages or job reinstatement only.
.		.	4.	.	double damages, job reinstatement, a promotion, and more.
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2 points  
Question 26
.	?  First National Bank may subject its employees to lie-detector tests when investigating ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	prior work history.
.		.	2.	.	losses attributable to theft.
.		.	3.	.	suspected drug use.
.		.	4.	.	health and medical conditions.
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2 points  
Question 27
.	?  Petro Oil Company wants to test its workers for acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS). Petro may ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	discharge employees who have AIDS.
.		.	2.	.	none of the choices.
.		.	3.	.	discriminate against job applicants who have AIDS.
.		.	4.	.	test its employees for AIDS.
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2 points  
Question 28
.	?  Flem is an employee of Glo Goods, Inc. Flem reports to state officials that Glo is illegally shipping unsafe goods to unsuspecting customers. When Glo learns of Flem's report, Glo fires him. He successfully sues Glo for wrongful discharge. With respect to the employment-at-will doctrine, this is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	an exception based on contract theory.
.		.	2.	.	an exception based on public policy.
.		.	3.	.	an exception based on tort theory.
.		.	4.	.	an example of the doctrine.
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2 points  
Question 29
.	?  Emma, Frick, Glenda, and Huey are employees of different-sized employers in different industries. A minimum wage must be paid to employees in ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	no industries.
.		.	2.	.	covered industries only.
.		.	3.	.	small-business industries only.
.		.	4.	.	all industries.
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2 points  
Question 30
.	?  Rich works as a forklift operator for Storage Warehouse Company. Assuming that Rich meets other requirements, the maximum number of hours that he can work per week without overtime pay is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	unlimited.
.		.	2.	.	thirty-nine.
.		.	3.	.	forty.
.		.	4.	.	forty-one.
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2 points  
Question 31
.	?  Link and Meryl are employees of Natural Resources, Inc. (NRI). When Odel, the president of NRI, learns that Link and Meryl are active in union activities, he discharges them. Link and Meryl may bring an action against NRI under ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	state workers' compensation law.
.		.	2.	.	federal labor law.
.		.	3.	.	federal or state unemployment law.
.		.	4.	.	the employment at-will doctrine.
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2 points  
Question 32
.	?  Industrial Solvents, Inc., and its employees are subject to federal labor law, which is concerned with the rights of ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	the employer only.
.		.	2.	.	the employees and the employer.
.		.	3.	.	neither the employees nor the employer.
.		.	4.	.	the employees only.
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2 points  
Question 33
.	?  Piku files an employment discrimination suit against Quotient Accounting, Inc., under Title VII, based on its discharge of Piku. In these circumstances, possible relief under Title VII includes ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	damages only.
.		.	2.	.	neither damages or job reinstatement.
.		.	3.	.	damages or job reinstatement.
.		.	4.	.	job reinstatement only.
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2 points  
Question 34
.	?  Fact Pattern 34-2A
.	Beth, who has a disability, is an employee of Corporate Office Company (COC). After the installation of new doors on COC's building, Beth finds it nearly impossible to get in and out. For repeatedly failing to be on time, COC replaces Beth with Dian, who does not have a disability.
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.	Refer to Fact Pattern 34-2A. To successfully defend against Beth's claim, COC will have to show that ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	COC cannot make changes to the doors without undue hardship.
.		.	2.	.	Beth consistently failed to meet the essential requirements of her job.
.		.	3.	.	the doors were not installed as an act of intentional discrimination.
.		.	4.	.	Dian is qualified for Beth's position.
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2 points  
Question 35
.	?  Lee is seventy years old and Mira is gay. Based on this information, members of protected classes include ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	neither Lee nor Mira.
.		.	2.	.	Lee only.
.		.	3.	.	Lee and Mira.
.		.	4.	.	Mira only.
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2 points  
Question 36
.	?  Fact Pattern 34-1A
.	Fay works for General Construction Contractors (GCC) but is the only woman on her shift. The male workers often play minor pranks on each other. Fay attempts a prank. Hank, her supervisor, fires her, because "GCC doesn't hold with pranks."
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.	Refer to Fact Pattern 34-1A. To successfully defend itself in Fay's suit, GCC must show that Hank's statement was ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	only a pretext for Fay's discharge.
.		.	2.	.	a legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason for Fay's discharge.
.		.	3.	.	unofficial GCC policy.
.		.	4.	.	not Fay's feeling about pranks at GCC.
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2 points  
Question 37
.	?  Personnel Staffing Corporation meets all of the requirements to be subject to the federal employment discrimination laws. Among these, the most important statute prohibiting discrimination against members of protected classes is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
.		.	2.	.	the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967.
.		.	3.	.	the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978.
.		.	4.	.	the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
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2 points  
Question 38
.	?  Fix-It Repair Shop does not take any action to prevent sexual harassment of its employees. Fix-It Repair may be liable for such harassment by ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	not a customer or an employee.
.		.	2.	.	a customer only.
.		.	3.	.	a customer or an employee.
.		.	4.	.	an employee only.
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2 points  
Question 39
.	?  Kyla is a salesperson for Liberty Financial Corporation. Micky is also a Liberty salesperson. Neil is Kyla and Micky's supervisor. Owen is a Liberty customer. Liberty may be liable for sexual harassment to Kyla by ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	Micky, Neil, or Owen.
.		.	2.	.	Micky only.
.		.	3.	.	Micky or Neil only.
.		.	4.	.	Neil only.
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2 points  
Question 40
.	?  Cora, a female, and Dom, a male, are employees of Equipment Leasing Corporation. Cora regularly e-mails sexually explicit images to Dom via Equipment Leasing's computer network. Dom finds this offensive. This is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	not harassment or any form of discrimination.
.		.	2.	.	quid pro quo harassment.
.		.	3.	.	reverse discrimination.
.		.	4.	.	hostile-environment harassment.
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2 points  
Question 41
.	?  Mona files an employment discrimination suit against Nationwide Corporation (NC) under Title VII. If Mona shows that NC acted with malice or reckless indifference, she may recover ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	compensatory or punitive damages.
.		.	2.	.	neither compensatory nor punitive damages.
.		.	3.	.	punitive damages only.
.		.	4.	.	compensatory damages only.
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2 points  
Question 42
.	?  United Company replaces Vera, a forty-five-year-old employee, with Wendy. Vera files a suit against United under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act. To establish a prima facie case, Vera must show, among other things, that she is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	qualified for the position.
.		.	2.	.	deserving of higher pay than Wendy.
.		.	3.	.	older than Wendy.
.		.	4.	.	generally more dependable than Wendy.
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2 points  
Question 43
.	?  Hi-Flite Corporation requires its pilots to have 20/20 vision without glasses. Neither Inez, an African-American female, nor Jock, a fifty-year-old male, can satisfy this requirement. Relief under the Americans with Disabilities Act is available to ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	Inez and Jock.
.		.	2.	.	Jock only.
.		.	3.	.	Inez only.
.		.	4.	.	neither Inez nor Jock.
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2 points  
Question 44
.	?  Fact Pattern 34-2A
.	Beth, who has a disability, is an employee of Corporate Office Company (COC). After the installation of new doors on COC's building, Beth finds it nearly impossible to get in and out. For repeatedly failing to be on time, COC replaces Beth with Dian, who does not have a disability.
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.	Refer to Fact Pattern 34-2A. To succeed with a claim against COC under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Beth will have to show that ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	the doors were installed as an act of intentional discrimination.
.		.	2.	.	Beth consistently met the essential requirements of her job.
.		.	3.	.	Dian is unqualified for Beth's position.
.		.	4.	.	COC refused to make reasonable accommodation for Beth.
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2 points  
Question 45
.	?  Sophisticates, a women's clothing store, employs female attendants to assist customers in the dressing rooms. Tod, a forty-one-year-old male, applies for an attendant's job, but is not hired. In Tod's suit against Sophisticates for employment discrimination under Title VII, the store has ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	an after-acquired evidence defense.
.		.	2.	.	a bona fide occupational qualification defense.
.		.	3.	.	a business necessity defense.
.		.	4.	.	a seniority systems defense.
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2 points  
Question 46
.	?  Eton sues Funds Investment Company for employment discrimination under a state law. When compared to federal law, state law may provide ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	the same damages only.
.		.	2.	.	less damages only.
.		.	3.	.	more damages.
.		.	4.	.	no damages.
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2 points  
Question 47
.	?  Olly applies for a job with Petro Company. Petro does not hire Olly because of his ethnicity, or national origin. This is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	disparate-impact discrimination.
.		.	2.	.	desperate-measure discrimination.
.		.	3.	.	disparate-treatment discrimination.
.		.	4.	.	not discrimination.
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2 points  
Question 48
.	?  Fact Pattern 34-1A
.	Fay works for General Construction Contractors (GCC) but is the only woman on her shift. The male workers often play minor pranks on each other. Fay attempts a prank. Hank, her supervisor, fires her, because "GCC doesn't hold with pranks."
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.	Refer to Fact Pattern 34-1A. Fay files a suit against GCC under Title VII. To succeed, Fay must show that Hank's statement was ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	a legitimate, nondiscriminatory reason for Fay's discharge.
.		.	2.	.	only a pretext for Fay's discharge.
.		.	3.	.	also Fay's feeling about pranks at GCC.
.		.	4.	.	unofficial GCC policy.
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2 points  
Question 49
.	?  Lloyd and Milly are employees of NuTech Corporation. They have the same job. Under the Equal Pay Act, NuTech can legitimately pay Lloyd more than Milly on the basis of ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	Lloyd's greater production only.
.		.	2.	.	Lloyd's greater production or seniority.
.		.	3.	.	Lloyd's greater seniority only.
.		.	4.	.	neither Lloyd's greater production nor his greater seniority.
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2 points  
Question 50
.	?  Greta is the only female employee in the maintenance department of Hydraulics Inc. Greta's supervisor and co-workers tease and play tricks on her so relentlessly that she feels compelled to quit. This is ?Answer
.		.	1.	.	not a discharge or discrimination.
.		.	2.	.	a voluntary discharge on the basis of impact discrimination.
.		.	3.	.	a constructive discharge on the basis of gender discrimination.
.		.	4.	.	a harassing discharge on the basis of treatment discrimination.

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