Which of the following is a TRUE statement – As a general rule, an employer can discriminate among job applicants

| November 9, 2018

QUESTION
1
1.
Which of the following is a TRUE
statement?

A.

As a general rule, an employer can discriminate
among job applicants and applicants for promotion based on the education,
knowledge, and skills that are necessary to successfully perform the job.

B.

Gender identity, encompassing being gay, lesbian,
transgender, or sexually transitioning, is a protected category under the
federal Civil Rights Act.

C.

Managers and supervisors are protected just like
employees under the National Labor Relations Act.

D.

Social media communications by employees cannot be
protected as “concerted protected activities” under the National
Labor Relations Act because they are too “virtual” and only online.

QUESTION
2
1.
Common law consists of:

Laws which all nations have in common.

Laws which affect everyone, including ordinary
persons.

Rulings and opinions which have been issued by
judges when deciding previous cases.

Laws which more people are aware of.

QUESTION
3
1.
Which of the following is a FALSE
statement?

A.

The “fair use” exception to copyright
law may allow the limited use of copyrighted material for scholarship and
academic purposes.

B.

A substantial revision of copyrighted work that
transforms the work by adding new information, interpretation, or
understanding is legal under copyright law.

C.

Scientific formulas cannot be protected by trade
secret law since they can only be patented.

D.

“Reverse engineering” is generally legal
under patent and trade secret law.

QUESTION
4
1.
Which of the following is a true statement?

A.

As a general rule, if the Statute of Frauds
requires a contract to be evidenced by a writing an oral contract will be
unenforceable.

B.

The “part performance” exception to the Statute of
Frauds may permit an oral contract for the sale of land to be enforced merely
if part of the purchase price is paid.

C.

A mortgage represents an interest in personal
property and thus can be oral.

D.

A contract for lifetime employment must be in
writing to be enforceable since usually if will be for a long time.

QUESTION
5
1.
Article 2 of the UCC covers which types
of transactions:

Sales of goods and sales of real property.

Sales of goods and leases of goods or real
property.

Sales of goods and contracts for the providing of
services.

Sales of goods and leases of goods.

QUESTION
6
1.
A promoter’s preincorporation contract:

binds only the promoter unless adopted by the
corporation.

binds both the promoter and the corporation.

binds only the corporation.

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