thanks for those, but it appears only the first 3rd of questions were answered. Here are the rest of them.
Question 29 A place of entry in a country that does not assess duties or tariffs on products is called:a. foreign trade zoneb. countervailing duty zone.c. duty-free portd. trade-enhancement zonee. none of the above Question 31 Which of the following is a provision of the Sherman Act:a. unfair methods of competition in or affecting commerce...are...unlawfulb. it shall be unlawful for any person engaged in commerce...to discriminate in prices between purchasers of commodities of like grade and qualityc. no corporation...shall acquire...another corporation...where...the effect of such acquisition may be substantially to lessen competition, or to tend to create a monopolyd. every contract, combination...or conspiracy, in restraint of trade...is illegale. none of the above are a part of the Sherman Act Question 34 In order to better manage currency exchange risk, a U.S. company could specify:a. payment in dollars.b. the choice of language.c. the forum and choice-of-law.d. a force majeur clause.e. None of the above. Question 36 In an effort to control the depletion of the ozone layer, which of the following treaties was signed in 1987?a. the Versailles Treatyb. the Hague Conventionc. the Geneva Conventiond. the Montreal Protocole. the International Convention on Environmental Rights Question 37 Betty submits charges of unfair labor practices with a regional office of the National Labor Relations Board. The regional director decides the charges have merit and files a complaint. The complaint is heard by an administrative law judge (ALJ), who issues and decision and order. If one of the parties is unhappy with the decision of the judge, they may:a. file an exception with the National Labor Relations Board in Washington, where it will be heard by a panel of three members.b. file suit in the U.S. Court of Appeals.c. file an appeal for review with the administrative law judge's superiors.d. file suit in U.S. federal district court.e. Decisions by the NLRB's administrative law judge cannot be appealed. Question 39 When rival firms come together to agree to control output and raise prices, there is:a. a horizontal mergerb. a cartelc. a tying arrangementd. an interlocking directoratee. a vertical merger Question 41 Federal regulation of the relationship between consumers and creditors is based on an umbrella law that contains several credit laws:a. the TruthActb. the Consumer Credit Protection Actc. the Equal Credit Opportunity Actd. the Fair Consumer Credit Acte. none of the above Question 42 Under Superfund, if there is a hazardous waste site, liability for cleaning it up is apportioned among responsible parties according to:a. EPA's rule that bills each party according to estimated portion of volume contributedb. EPA's rule that bills each party according to estimated portion of toxic volume contributedc. joint and several liability, whereby any one party could pay the entire billd. contribution rule, whereby each responsible party pays an equal portion of the entire bille. none of the above Question 43 Workers' compensation law:a. gives an employer immunity from employee tort suits arising from on accidentsb. applies only to accidents that conform to a specified set of allowable work injuriesc. holds employees responsible for reimbursing employers for the cost of injuries for which employees are at faultd. is a federal program that is mandatory for nearly all workerse. all of the above Question 44 When an employer fires an employee in violation of a public policy exception to the presumption of at-will employment, the employee may sue for:a. defamationb. misrepresentationc. wrongful discharged. tortuous employmente. none of the above Question 47 The following is not a requirement of businesses that want to build a new polluting plant in nonattainment areas?a. the operators of the new plant must agree to control the plant's pollution to the maximum degree by the use of the LAER (Lowest Achievable Emissions Rate Technology)b. the operators of new plants must show that a net air quality improvement will be had after the plant is builtc. the operators of the new plant must certify all their other plants are meeting requirements of the State Implementation Pland. new plants can be built in nonattainment areas only if the pollution from the new plant is offset by reductions in the same type of pollutant from other plants in the area.e. all of the above are requirements Question 51 Which class of securities is (are) exempt from the federal securities laws?a. issues by governmentsb. issues by corporations with assets under $1 millionc. issues by corporations with over $1 billion in assetsd. all of the abovee. none of the above Question 54 Which class of employees is not covered by the National Labor Relations Act?a. managersb. independent contractorsc. government workersd. airline workerse. all of the above Question 55 Under SEC rules, a "publicly held company" is a company:a. with all its securities held by public, not private, investorsb. that has issued securities that are publicly tradedc. that belongs to New York Stock Exchanged. with financial assets belonging only to public institutionse. that only sells its securities to public, as opposed to private, investors Question 59 Early trade customs for international commerce centered principally on the rules governing:a. the concept of territoryb. sovereign jurisdictionc. the law of the sead. nationalitye. the various local stock exchanges Question 60 If a dispute between an employer and the union representing workers cannot be resolved by the standard internal grievance procedure, then most collective bargaining agreements call for the dispute to go to:a. federal district courtb. the National Labor Relations Boardc. an outside labor arbitratord. the LaborResolution Boarde. none of the above Question 61 The Clayton Act was passed largely in response to:a. state interference in a federal issueb. the Supreme Court's interpretations of the Sherman Actc. Congressional dislike of free traded. price fixing by the Standard Oil Truste. what were perceived as dangerous fluctuations in the stock market Question 62 The primary focus of the GATT and WTO negotiations has been:a. to reduce exchange rate fluctuationsb. to increase anti-competitive behaviorsc. to promote the use non-tariff barriersd. to develop world-wide rules on human rightse. none of these Question 63 The major export-promotion agency in the U.S. is:a. the Commerce Departmentb. the State Departmentc. the U.S. Export Administrationd. the U.S. Export Control Agencye. the International Court of Trade Question 64 Under the Equal Pay Act, pay differentials on the basis of sex are eliminated by:a. lowering the wages received by menb. lowering the wages received by womenc. raising the wages received by womend. raising the wages received by mene. giving stock options to the group discriminated against Question 65 The "bubble concept:"a. allows facilities in an industrial complex to be treated as a single pollution source if the complex is expandedb. is used in making EPA technology assessments in PSD areasc. is a part of the emissions offset policy provided for the control of air pollution in nonattainment areasd. is a part of the National Pollution Discharge Elimination Systeme. is specified as the means through which the acid rain regulations are implemented under the 1990 Amendments Question 66 The 1936 legislation known as the Robinson-Patman Act, amended which other piece of legislation?a. the Clayton Actb. the Sherman Actc. the Lanham Actd. the Kellogg-Brian Pacte. the Federal Trade Commission Act Question 67 A securities professional who engages in the business of buying and selling securities for their own account is a:a. brokerb. dealerc. investment adviserd. scalpere. churner Question 70 The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act requires certain employers planning large layoffs to:a. give employee advance noticeb. give employees and certain officials advanced noticec. to notify the Secretary of Labord. find new jobs for employees who will lose jobse. to contact the state unemployment commission Question 72 The courts use the rule of reason to decide some antitrust cases because:a. the courts consider the facts surrounding a case to decide if a practice hurts or helps competitionb. it is reasonable to compare a case being tried to a previous case and use the decision from that casec. the courts would rather use the rule of reason than go through a detailed economic analysisd. all practices attacked under antitrust laws are anti-competitive and thus unreasonablee. none of the above Question 73 Carl works at a unionized workplace where the collective bargaining agreement requires all employees to pay union dues or agency fees. He refuses to join the union, which demands he pay an agency fee, part of which would be used for political purposes. Assuming this is not a right-to-work state:a. union dues and agency fees must be equalizedb. Carl must pay agency fees, but may not be made to pay fees to support political activitiesc. Carl may not be forced to pay any union feesd. Carl may not be forced to pay union fees or be represented by a union without permissione. none of the above Question 75 The Used Car Rule requires dealers to give consumers the following information except:a. a statement about any warranty terms offered with the vehicleb. a statement about known defects with the vehiclec. a warning that oral promises may not be enforceabled. a suggestion that the consumer get an independent inspection of the vehiclee. all of the above are required Question 77 Because foreign judicial forums may not be very effective in resolving many international commercial disputes, many companies look to _______________ to resolve these disputes.a. mediationb. risk selection clausesc. arbitrationd. the United Nationse. the Private Court of Justice Question 78William is an attorney in Ohio. Melvin hires William to create a trust for his children. William has not been keeping up with developments in trust law, and so creates an inefficient trust. Under Ohio law, he could have created a much more beneficial trust. In this case:a. William has violated a duty of loyaltyb. William has violated a duty of reasonable carec. William has violated a duty of obedienced. William has violated a duty to accounte. William may be out-of-date but has violated no duties Question 79 The "learned intermediary" doctrine:a. shields a physician from liability because of a drug company's mistake in dosage instructionsb. is invoked by regulatory agencies in their arguments in court arguments in support of new regulationsc. shields a drug manufacturer from liability when the doctor is liable for misuse of the drugd. holds that the FDA has gone too far in preventing new, effective drugs from reaching the market in less timee. holds federal regulatory agencies supreme in all matters regarding control of product safety Question 80A contract signed by a worker agreeing not to join a union is called a:a. exclusive employment agreementb. primary boycottc. yellow-dog contractd. agency shop contracte. none of the above Question 82 If you file a complaint with the EEOC, the average time it will take the agency to respond is:a. one weekb. six weeksc. one monthd. one yeare. ten years Question 84 You hire an agent to sell your house for you. Typically, such an agent receives a fee only if they actually sell the house. This person is most likely:a. a universal agentb. a gratuitous agentc. an agent who has an agency coupled with an interestd. a special agente. none of the above Question 86 The MagnusonWarranty Act:a. overrules the Supreme Court's holding in the McDaniel caseb. gives the FTC power to ban the sale of defective productsc. gives the FDA power to warrant drug safetyd. set guidelines for consumer product warrantiese. provides authority to regulatory agencies to order corrective advertising for consumer products Question 87The Americans with Disabilities Act obliges employers to make reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. Reasonable accommodations means the employer must:a. do whatever is necessary to make the workplace accessible.b. incur expenses to make the work place accessible, limited only by the expected value to be earned by the potential employee.c. incur only de minimis expenses to make the work place accessible.d. provide substantial, ongoing physical or mental assistance to ensure the workplace is accessible.e. None of the above are required by the ADA. Question 88 Toxic, or unconventional water pollutants, are subject to an emission standard known as:a. best possible technologyb. best available technologyc. best conventional technologyd. best remedial technologye. best ambient technology Question 89 After a plaintiff establishes a prima facie case of employer discrimination under Title VII, what happens?a. the plaintiff winsb. the plaintiff receives a punitive damages awardc. the plaintiff concedes the case and the defendant winsd. the defendant automatically losese. the burden of proof shifts to the employer Question 90 A new organization replaced the GATT mechanism. This organization is:a. the United Trade Organizationb. the International Trading Unionc. the World Trade Organizationd. the European Trade Organizatione. the Unified Trade Group Question 94 A particular problem faced by software companies in international markets is:a. excessively restrictive tariffsb. piracy of their intellectual propertyc. difficult customs proceduresd. inability to export to developing nationse. lack of interest in the product overseas Question 95 The doctrine of sovereign immunity allows:a. a foreign nation to try all cases involving its nationals before an international tribunalb. a domestic business to take all claims against a foreign sovereign before the International Court of Justicec. a court to give up its jurisdiction over foreign enterprises or countriesd. a court to bring the U.S. government to trial in all cases involving government departmentse. a foreign country to seize the property of businesses if the seizure is for a public purpose and the country pays the business just compensation Question 97 Compliance with the MagnusonWarranty Act seems to:a. be a money maker for companiesb. cost a littlec. cost quite a bitd. cost a fortunee. are not known Question 99 Securities in the U.S. are valued at about:a. $500 millionb. $5 billionc. $50 billiond. $500 billione. in the trillions of dollars
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