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hi, i have 18 legal multiple choices question. it timed in

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hi, i have 18 legal multiple choices question. it timed in 2hr
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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

thanks !


 

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

1. From whom can an injured worker recover in addition to the workers' compensation award?


 



















From third parties who caused the injury.


From the employer if the employer intentionally caused the injury.


From the employer if the employer negligently caused the injury.



From third parties who caused the injury and from the employer if the employer intentionally caused the injury




Customer: replied 3 years ago.


2. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act:



















Adult workers are prevented from working in hazardous jobs.


Employers are not required to pay overtime for a nonexempt employee who works 45 hours in the first week but only 25 hours in the second week of a two-week pay period.


A minimum wage is set, but is not required to be paid if the worker agrees to accept a lower amount.


Limitations are placed on the hours that workers can work each week without being paid overtime



Customer: replied 3 years ago.



3. Under which of the following circumstances will the NLRB allow the union to hold an election to determine if a union will represent workers?





















If the union can show that at least 30 percent of the employees are interested in joining the union.


If the union has engaged in unfair labor practices.


If an election has been held within the last year.


If the employees have a union and a valid contract with the employer




Customer: replied 3 years ago.




4. A right-to-work law generally provides that:



















Union employees cannot be laid off.


Union membership is mandatory.


Employees cannot be forced to join a union.


Both union and nonunion employees cannot be laid off





Customer: replied 3 years ago.





Picketing is legal if it:



















Is accompanied by violence.


Encourages other unions at the employer to join in the strike.


Prevents nonstriking employees from entering the employer's premises.


Prevents customers from entering the employer's place of business.






Customer: replied 3 years ago.






Which of the following is true about restraints of trade?





















Horizontal price fixing is always judged by the rule of reason.


Some acts are illegal per se, but other actions must be judged by the rule of reason.


Under the rule of reason, all restraints of trade are illegal.


Under the per se rules, all restraints of trade are illegal







Customer: replied 3 years ago.







7. To be guilty of monopolization, the defendant must



















Possess monopoly power.


Have obtained the monopoly power by some improper act or be abusing the monopoly power.


Must be part of a conspiracy, combination or contract.



Possess monopoly power and have obtained the monopoly power by some improper act or be abusing the monopoly power










Customer: replied 3 years ago.








8. Which of the following is true about the FDA regulation of drugs?





















The FDA conducts hearings in connection with new drug applications.


Once approved, the FDA does not have the power to withdraw approval of a drug.


New drugs can be marketed prior to FDA approval so long as the drugs have no dangerous side effects.


The FDA has the power to regulate prescription drugs only.









Customer: replied 3 years ago.







9. In order for a party to be liable for false and deceptive advertising, it must be shown that:

















The plaintiff in the lawsuit was deceived by it.


The advertisement is likely to mislead a reasonable consumer.


The advertisement has deceived a majority of the persons who have seen it.


At least some persons have been deceived by it.










Customer: replied 3 years ago.









10. The Environmental Protection Agency has the power to do which of the following?





















Adopt regulations, hold hearings, and initiate judicial proceedings.


Adopt regulations.


Adopt regulations and hold hearings.


Initiate judicial proceedings.










Customer: replied 3 years ago.










11. The Endangered Species Act:





















Permits the endangered or threatened animals to be taken if only a small portion of them is destroyed.


Permits endangered or threatened animals to be taken if there is no cost effective way to avoid the taking.


Prohibits the taking of any endangered or threatened animal.


Prohibits the taking of any endangered or threatened animals without a permit











Customer: replied 3 years ago.












12. Which of the following injuries would NOT be covered under workers' compensation?





















Accident occurs while a truck driver is driving truck.


Accident occurs at a company cafeteria.


Accident occurs while on a business lunch for an employer.


Accident occurs while employee is at an off-premises restaurant during his or her personal lunch












Customer: replied 3 years ago.











13. Which of the following is NOT a defense to a price discrimination charge?





















Cost justification.


Failing company.


Changing conditions.


Meeting the competition












Customer: replied 3 years ago.












14. Shortly before an election to determine if their workers were to be represented by a union, Pearlman, Inc. enclosed a statement with employee paychecks that stated "Vote against the union and receive a 5 percent raise." This action:





















is an unfair labor practice.


is permissible under the National Labor Relations Act.


is protected employer free speech.


is a violation of labor law only if you can show it was unquestionably the cause of the union losing the election













Customer: replied 3 years ago.











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Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, employers must not only meet numerous specific safety standards, but they must generally provide a safe working environment.














True
False














Customer: replied 3 years ago.













16. The Clayton Act applies to mergers where the effect of such acquisition may be to substantially lessen competition or tends to create a monopoly.














True
False













Customer: replied 3 years ago.














17. Bait and switch advertising is a deceptive advertising practice according of the Federal Trade Commission.














True
False














Customer: replied 3 years ago.
















18. A permit from the Army Corps of Engineers is required before you can fill or dredge wetlands.












True
False
















Customer: replied 3 years ago.














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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

you make 5 mistakes of 18 questions...

Does it state which ones were "wrong?" These were fairly straightforward and not sure why that many would have been incorrect.

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