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The federal district courts have original jurisdiction in cases involving federal statutes




The federal district courts have original jurisdiction in cases involving federal statutes, in cases when the parties are citizens of different states, and the amount involved is less than $75,000. (Points: 1);True;False;Laws that are passed by a local government, such as city councils, are often called statutory law. (Points: 1);True;False;Legal mandates are usually more precise than ethical considerations. (Points: 1);True;False;If a defamatory statement can be proved to be true, the person who claims that he or she was defamed cannot recover damages. (Points: 1);True;False;White-collar crimes are committed by and against businesses and typically do not involve force or violence. (Points: 1);True;False;Morals are concerned with behavior as judged by society, derived from beliefs or standards considered worthwhile. (Points: 1);True;False;Business professionals in today's global marketplace are facing ethical dilemmas because of: (Points: 1);different standards of ethics;language barriers;cultural differences;all of the above;Powers that have arisen as a result of interpretation of the express powers by the courts are: (Points: 1);reasonable powers;judicial powers;implied powers;all of the above;Libelous statements must be direct to be considered defamation, subtle suggestion or implication is not enough to bring about legal charges. (Points: 1);True;False;A document created by a company that specifies the principles of ethical behavior expected of its personnel in various situations is called a: (Points: 1);code of ethics;moral mandate;mission statement;subculture directive;Constitutional amendments must be: (Points: 1);proposed by two-thirds vote of Congress and approved by three-fourths of legislatures;proposed by three-fourths of Congress and approved by two-thirds of legislatures;proposed by two-thirds of legislatures and approved by three-fourths of Congress;proposed by one-third of legislatures and approved by two-thirds of Congress;Legislatures delegate responsibilities to administrative agencies because they lack the time and expertise to govern the complex areas of our social and economic life. (Points: 1);True;False;The English system of law that still influences legal decisions in the United States today is known as: (Points: 1);common law;administrative law;statutory law;case law;The Direct Marketing Association has created self-regulatory standards of conduct that include all of the following except: (Points: 1);telephone marketing;sweepstakes;fundraising;radio commercials;Larceny includes all of the following except one: (Points: 1);robbery;hijacking;bribery;A purchaser who is injured by a product has a cause of action by demonstrating all of the following are true except one. The exception is: (Points: 1);the product was defective;the defect was the cause of the injury;the defect caused the product to be unreasonably dangerous;the defect occurred throughout the entire product line;shoplifting;A violation of a statute that is designed to protect the public at large is called: (Points: 1);a tort;a crime;negligence;both A and B;Administrative agencies are similar to a government because both include the following functions: (Points: 1);legislative, executive, and judicial;legislative, administrative, and judicial;executive, regulatory, and judicial;legislative, executive, and constitutional;Examples of administrative agencies include all but one of the following: (Points: 1);Board of Education;Equal Employment Opportunity Commission;Board of Highway Safety;Consumer Protection Agency;Activities that are intended to deceive others or to obtain goods by using false claims are called: (Points: 1);fake claims;forgeries;false pretenses;deceptions


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