Law

This week, we’ll be examining how our legal system protects persons who are injured by the purposeful act of another.  These types of injuries are called intentional torts.  The legal claims of assault, battery, false imprisonment, invasion of privacy and defamation are examples of intentional torts.

For this discussion, choose one of the scenarios listed below and determine the intentional tort that you think applies. Make sure to explain your answer, including the elements of the claim, why you think those elements are or are not present, and what other information you would need to make this determination.

 

  • You accidently leave your      personal journal at the local coffee shop.  Another customer finds it      and shares your innermost secrets on his blog, but never identifies you as      being the writer of the journal.
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