Criminal & Civil Conspiracy Doctrine in Labor Law


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Jonathan and Max joined together and planned to rob a house. They were involved in a _____.

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1. What is established by courts when the legal question presented before them is not already addressed in legislation?

2. During the nineteenth century, which of the following was the precursor to a union?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The interest of the workers, employers and competitors often don't line up. For this reason labor laws have been made to make sure things are kept fair and workers and employers are equally protected. Use this assessment to test your understanding of criminal and civil conspiracy doctrine and how it came to exist.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The objective of this assessment is to test your understanding of:

  • Crimes that involve two independent individuals working together
  • How legal questions are dealt with when there is no legislation to address them
  • What precursors to a union are considered to be
  • Cases that have addressed union formation and criminal conspiracy

Skills Practiced

This quiz/worksheet also assess the following skills:

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding conspiracy and union formation
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about how courts address legal issues when legislation does not cover them
  • Making connections - use your understanding of court cases involving conspiracy and union formation

Additional Learning

The lesson that comes with this assessment, Criminal & Civil Conspiracy Doctrine in Labor Law, will help you learn more about the following:

  • Different types of conspiracy
  • How combinations work
  • Related court cases