QUESTION NO. 1:
True or False – An employer is responsible for any and all actions taken by an employee within the scope of employment.
QUESTION NO. 2:
True or False – In the Circuit Court, the only way that a party may obtain documents in discovery is by filing a request for production of documents upon an opposing party.
QUESTION NO. 3:
True or False – In a contract, an integration clause is use to preclude the admissibility of extrinsic evidence.
QUESTION NO. 4:
True or False – A civil defendant is sued to determine their guilt or innocence.
QUESTION NO. 5:
True or False – Anybody can file a lawsuit and anybody can be sued.
QUESTION NO. 6:
True or False – A motion for summary judgment can only be filed at the close of discovery.
QUESTION NO. 7:
True or False – The purpose of discovery is that the parties do not proceed to trial in a confused or muddled state of mind.
QUESTION NO. 8:
True or False – A Plaintiff’s burden of proof is clear and convincing evidence standard and not a preponderance of the evidence standard.
QUESTION NO. 9:
True or False – All appeals of final judgments in the Circuit Court go directly to the Maryland Court of Appeals
QUESTION NO. 10:
True or False – If a civil case begins in a Maryland state court, it can not end up in the United States Supreme Court.
QUESTION NO. 11:
True or False – A defendant is not allowed to seek damages from a plaintiff.
QUESTION NO. 12:
True or False – A defendant has been properly served when they are served with a copy of the Complaint.
QUESTION NO. 13:
True or False – A civil trial has 12 jurors that must make a unanimous decision.
QUESTION NO. 14:
True or False – A plaintiff can only receive attorney’s fees in a contract case when there is a clause in the contract.
QUESTION NO. 15:
True or False – A party is not liable for a contract breach unless the breach is material.