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Oakley posts a defamatory remark about Pierre in "Roominate,"

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Oakley posts a defamatory remark about Pierre in "Roominate," an online social network maintained by SocNet, Inc., an Internet service provider. Most likely to be held liable for the remark is
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Oakley.
Pierre.
Roominate.
SocNet.

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Reaching for a bottle of soda from a display in a Bargain Mart store, Cody slips in a puddle of spilled soda and falls, suffering an injury. Bargain Mart's employees are not aware of the spilled soda until Cody falls. In a suit against Bargain Mart, Cody will most likely
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lose, because Bargain Mart's employees were not aware of the spill.
lose, because Cody should have exercised more care.
win, because Bargain Mart can recover from the soda bottler.
win, because the spilled soda was foreseeable.

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Dru tells his Excel Company coworkers that Fiona, Excel's office manager, is stealing from their employer. The statement is defamatory only if
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a coworker believes it.
Fiona feels as if she were falsely imprisoned.
the statement is true.
the statement is false.

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Based on our discussion of this topic in clase, please describe the essence of the meaning of the term fraudulent misrepresentation in one word. (One word only. No credit will be given for answers exceeding one word.)
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Unforeseen difficulties that justify a demand for additional compensation include risks ordinarily assumed in business.
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True
False

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An offer may invite an acceptance to be worded in such specific terms that the contract is made definite.
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True
False

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Resolving whether a promise should be enforced is the essence of contract law.
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Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  socrateaser replied 4 years ago.

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Oakley.

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lose, because Bargain Mart's employees were not aware of the spill.

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the statement is false.

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scienter

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True


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True

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True

 

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
how much for one question ?

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