Legal Question in Personal Injury in California

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.

Asked on 6/22/12, 8:40 pm

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3 Answers from Attorneys

Michael Stone-Molloy The Lion's Law Office

Please do not use this message board to cheat on your studies.

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Answered on 6/22/12, 9:12 pm
Timothy McCormick Libris Solutions - Dispute Resolution Services

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?

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Answered on 6/22/12, 10:09 pm
Edward Hoffman Law Offices of Edward A. Hoffman

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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Answered on 6/25/12, 1:24 pm


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