Essay about College Athletics and Key Concepts

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Introduction to Sport Management Chapter 5 Test Bank
Essay
How does a sport manager balance opportunity with winning
Multiple Choice
1. Before a sport manager is liable for negligence, the plaintiff must show that the sport manager owed the plaintiff a duty of care. A legal duty of care arises from which of the following origins?

A. A relationship inherent in a particular situation
B. A voluntary assumption of the duty of care
C. A duty mandated by a law
--D. All of these are correct.

2. To successfully show a defendant was negligent, a plaintiff must prove
--A. that a duty of care is owed to the plaintiff by the defendant
B. that the defendant breached the duty of care
C. that the defendant’s actions were the actual and proximate cause of the plaintiff’s injury
D. Both A and C are correct.
E. All of these are correct.

3. Under the law of agency, the agent owes the principal fiduciary duties. Which of the following is not a fiduciary duty owed to the principal by the agent?
--A. The duty to compensate or reimburse
B. The duty to obey
C. The duty of loyalty
D. The duty to exercise reasonable care

4. Under the law of agency, the principal owes the agent certain duties. Which of the following is not a duty owed to the agent by the principal?
---A. To negotiate a written contract with the agent
B. To comply with a contract, if one exists
C. To compensate the agent for his or her services
D. To reimburse the agent for any expenses incurred while acting on the principal’s behalf

5. Vicarious liability is
A. a tort that allows a plaintiff to sue for the defendant interfering in contractual relations between the plaintiff and another party
--B. a tort that allows a plaintiff to sue a superior for the negligent acts of a subordinate
C. a tort that allows a plaintiff to sue a superior for all torts committed by a subordinate
D. Both B and C are correct.

Subject: Key Concepts, Chapter 5
6. A valid contract contains which of the following elements? A. Offer and acceptance
B. Capacity
C. Consideration
D. Legality
---E. All of these are correct.

Subject: Key Concepts, Chapter 5
7. A waiver violates public policy if
A. it pertains to a service important to the public.
B. the parties are not of equal bargaining power.
C. there is an employer–employee relationship between the parties entering into the waiver contract.
D. it attempts to preclude liability for extreme forms of conduct, such as gross negligence or intentional acts.
---E. All of these are correct.

Subject: Key Concepts, Chapter 5
8. Equal protection applies to discrimination on the basis of
A. race, religion, and national origin.
B. gender.
C. such areas as physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, or athletic team membership.
---D. All of these are correct.

E. None of these are correct.
Subject: Key Concepts, Chapter 5
9. An athlete challenging a drug test on the grounds that it is an unreasonable search and seizure would attempt to prove to a court that
---A. taking the athlete’s urine or blood may constitute a seizure and the testing may constitute a search.
B. taking the athlete’s urine or blood for the test is an invasion of privacy.
C. taking the athlete’s urine or blood without notice of suspicion and a right to a trial violates due process.
D. All of these are correct.

Subject: Key Concepts, Chapter 5
10. A collective bargaining agreement is
A. the contract governing the collective trust of the owners in a professional sport league.
---B. the contract between the players and the owners in professional sport.
C. another term used for the standard player contract, which governs an individual player- team relationship.
D. None of these are correct.

Subject: Key Concepts, Chapter 5
11. What area of law has left an indelible mark on the structure and nature of labor relations in professional sport leagues?
A. Contract law
B. Labor law
C. Constitutional law
---D. Antitrust law

12. Sport law was first documented as a formally…