ETH 321 Week 2 Quiz 2

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ETH 321 Week 2 Quiz 2

After reading and completing the activities for the week, complete the 8 question quiz. Submit your answers to each question on the Word document. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your document.

Quiz – Week 2

 

1. Frequent, abusive, threatening phone calls by creditors are most likely to provide the basis for a claim of _____. 
 

A. 
invasion of privacy
B. 
malicious representation
C. 
misrepresentation
 
D. 
false imprisonment and malicious prosecution
E. 
intentional infliction of mental distress
 
 

2. The intentional unjustified confinement of a non-consenting person is known as: 
 

A. 
invasion of privacy.
B. 
false imprisonment.
C. 
battery.
 
D. 
malicious prosecution.
E. 
defamation.
 
 

3. Written defamation is termed _____. 
 

A. 
hearsay
B. 
libel
C. 
battery
D. 
slander
E. 
assault
 

4. Jessica and Tiffany were playing soccer when Tiffany accidently kicks Jessica’s shin instead of the ball during a pass. Jessica is seriously injured and will not be able to play the game for at least six months. If Jessica sues Tiffany, which of the following defenses can Tiffany use? 
 

A. 
Cause in fact
B. 
Comparative negligence
C. 
Assumption-of-the-risk
D. 
Strict liability
E. 
False imprisonment
 

5. The "one-year rule" applies to _____ law. 
 

A. 
trademark
B. 
patent
C. 
copyright
D.
trade secret
E. 
collective mark
 
 

6. The Nike ‘swoosh' is an example of what type of intellectual property? 
 

A. 
Copyright
B. 
Patent
C. 
Certification mark
D. 
Trademark
E. 
Novelty
7. _____ is the unlawful taking of personal property with the intent to deprive the rightful owner of it permanently. 
 

A. 
Burglary
 

B. 
Robbery
 

C. 
Larceny
 

D. 
Conspiracy
 

E. 
Embezzlement
 
 
8. The Fifth Amendment provides in part that no "person shall be subject for the same offense to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb." This is known as the _____. 
 

A. 
exculpatory clause
 

B. 
double jeopardy clause
 

C. 
defendant protection clause
 

D. 
specific crime clause
 

E. 
double trial clause
 

 
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