12The relationship of torts to crimes is Intentional torts are generally crimes.Misconduct causing injury is either a crime or a tort but never both.Negligence torts are generally crimes.None of the above
13Answer: AIntentional torts (batter, e.g.) are generally crimes too!
32Jorie slipped and spilled his hot coffee on Tim Jorie slipped and spilled his hot coffee on Tim. Tim retaliated by throwing his lemonade on Jorie. Jorie committedA. No tortB. AssaultC. BatteryD. Infliction of Emotional Distress
38An invention that is in the public domain means that A. Someone has the exclusive right to sell and profit from the invention.B. Anyone may sell and profit from the invention.C. There is a monopoly on the invention.D. The invention can grant the right to sell the invention to another person.
39Answer: BAnyone may sell and profit from the invention.
40Copyrights protectA. any expression that is registered with the copyright office.B. any invention that is novel or truly new.C. any invention that is created.D. any expression that is somehow fixed (written down or stored on a computer disk).
41DCopyrights protect any expression that has been saved somehow.
42Negligence refers toA. InattentivenessB. Lack of care about others.C. Forgetfulness.D. Unreasonable conduct
46Jake, a city employee working in a manhole, forgets to replace the cover over the street. No one falls in. Jake has not committed negligence because this element of negligence is missing.A. DutyB. BreachC. Proximate causeD. injury
54The reasonable person in tort law refers to the A. Typical personB.. Average personC. Idealized version of a typical, average personD. None of the above
55C; idealized version of a typical, average person.
56Which is a consequence of holding manufacturers strictly responsible for defective products? A. Higher insurance ratesB. More research and developmentC. Lower prices for consumers.D. Dangerous products