The Final Exam will cover TCOs A-G. As a reminder, the final exam is CLOSED-BOOK. You will only be permitted to have your pens and your bluebook. You will have the entire class period to complete the exam (3.5 hours). The exam will consist of short answer questions, probably 610 questions depending on the number of questions that have multiple parts. As per your syllabus, the final exam will be worth 37.5% of your final grade in the course. Within those TCOs, you should focus your studying on the topics and subjects listed below. Lecture 1 y y y Difference between public and private law Know what the term common law is and how it differs from statutory law Elements and theories of business ethics (i.e. Blanchard & Peale model)

Lecture 2 y y y y y What article I, II & III of the U.S. Constitution cover (just generally) What are the bill of rights (know at least 3) Know generally what the commerce clause is What is administrative law and the role of administrative agencies Know what the Freedom of Information Act is and what types of documents it covers

Lecture 3 y y y y y What is a tort? Be able to name at least 3. Know generally about defamation law (i.e. difference between slander and libel) Know what the tort of negligence is and its elements (i.e. duty, breach, causation, damages) Know generally about product liability and also know the specifics of strict liability Know what the elements of nuisance are

Lecture 4 y y y y Know generally about contract formation (i.e. elements of a valid contract) Know what UCC article 2 is and what it covers Know the difference between bilateral vs. unilateral contracts and implied vs. express contracts Know what the statute of frauds is and the types of contracts it covers

creation. Seniority. trademark and copyright Know the elements of a valid non-compete clause Know generally the difference between vertical and horizontal restraints Know what the Sherman Act is . duties) Liability of principal in agency relationship Know generally about the concept of termination at will Know about Title VII and the types of discrimination it covers Know the names of the various statutes which prohibit discrimination (i. BFOQ. duress. consequential. legality. misrepresentation. ADA. compensatory.) Lecture 6 y y y y y Know what bailment is Know the difference between patent.e. age/mental capacity. EPA) Know the possible defenses in employment discrimination cases (i.e.e. authority. etc. ADEA.e. liquidated damages) Lecture 5 y y y y y y Know about the agency relationship (i. incidental. fraud.y y y Know the defenses to a contract (i.e. undue influence) Know what the contract remedies are and the differences between them (i.

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