Alan, a corporate manager at DollarShopper Corp., decides he would like to pursue a
business opportunity he knows DollarShopper would also be interested in. Under the
corporate opportunity rule, Alan may:
A. pursue the business opportunity only if he offers it to other corporate managers and
also allows them to pursue it.
B. never pursue the business opportunity as long as he is employed by DollarShopper.
C. pursue the business opportunity only if he first offers it to DollarShopper, and the
corporation rejects it.
D. pursue the business opportunity without informing DollarShopper of it.
A. involve taking a case that has been rejected or dismissed by a domestic court to an
B. refer to a pledge to use arbitration, should the parties find themselves in
disagreement as to the enforcement rights under the original contract.
C. are processes by which agencies invite the organizations who will be affected by a
new rule to provide input about the writing of that rule.
D. specify that the parties to the agreement have promised to use an alternative dispute
resolution technique when a disagreement arises rather than litigating the issue.
Treasure Valley Pentecostal Church has an opening for a new head pastor. Rajid, who is
a Hindu, applies for the job. The church declines to hire him and continues to look for
other applicants. Rajid files a claim of illegal discrimination against the church based
on his religion. What result?
A. Treasure Valley will prevail based on a BFOQ defense.
B. Treasure Valley can claim that Mohamed did not make out a prima facie case of
illegal discrimination under Title VII.
C. Treasure Valley can assert that its hiring practices do not create a hostile