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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Alberto Mastrotto on Saturday January 16, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to bus 101 at Pace University taught by ouefhvoue in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see Business Law in Law at Pace University.


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Date Created: 01/16/16
Alberto Mastrotto 09/09/2015 Business Law: Chapter 8 Homework Question 1 No, according to the base of criminal liability, the defendant doesn’t have to know that the act is criminal; it is sufficient that the act was done voluntarily. Question 2 Yes, it is bribery and it is a white-collar crime. Question 3 Yes, because his intention was to commit voluntarily the crime, but it got stopped right before doing it. He entered a personal property deliberately with a fraudulent intent. Question 4 It was a misdemeanor crime, when she was drunk driving, but it became a felony when she ran over and killed the pedestrian. Even if she didn’t intend to hurt anyone, she drank before driving intentionally, and as a consequence of that she killed a person. Her defense is not valid. Question 8 The olive distributors could be trying to find a way to launder money, so he should be concerned. Question 9 Yes, because he has been investing money without the consent of the customers. Furthermore he didn’t give a part of the profit from the investment to his customers . Chapter 9 Homework Question 1 Yes, it is a right of publicity tort, because they appropriated another’s person name and image for commercial advantage. It is not protected by the first amendment because it doesn’t count as freedom of speech because they didn’t have the permission to make that info public. The name of the yacht is irrelevant. Yes it would make a difference, because that would imply that Tiger knows that the company is using his image and name. Question 3 The 17 year-old kid, is guilty of negligence, the implied primary assumption of the risk defense, doesn’t apply because they were involved in an activity that wasn’t supposed to happen in a ski area. Question 5 Both the defendant and the plaintiff are at fault, meaning that this is a case of contributory negligence. The woman was being irresponsible because she withdrew money at night and the bank was responsible of not providing a secure access to customers to the atm. Question 8 The government can use the defense to negligence to immunity. The van wasn’t from the government, an omission occurred, so the government would have to pay for the damages of personal injury. Question 10 This is a case of comparative negligence; both defendants had a part of the tort, so they should repay the plaintiff in the proportion of the defendant’s degree of fault.


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