At Parkside Bistro, Ogden believes that he was overcharged and shoves Nellie, the waiter. Nellie sues Ogden, alleging that the shove was a battery. Ogden is liable
1. if Ogden acted out of malice.
2. if the shove was offensive.
3. under no circumstances⎯the shove was not a battery.
4. if Parkside did not overcharge Ogden.
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Please do not use this message board to cheat on your studies.
Cheating on law school work constitutes moral turpitude. Really worth being blocked from taking the bar exam to get a better grade in torts class? Really?
You are supposed to be learning how to answer questions like this yourself. Asking us to do it for you is cheating.
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