QUESTION 1 Dunder Mufflin paper company now located in Oklahoma was having its annual holiday party in December. The party was held in the office and Dunder Mifflin provided the alcohol and refreshments. Meredith, a known alcoholic drank too much as expected. On the way home from the party, Meredith ran an innocent third party off of the road, who got badly injured. Meredith was uninsured so the victim sued Dunder Mifflin under the dram shop law. Dunder Mifflin responded in court that they were not liable under the dram shop law because they were not a dram shop but a social host, and therefore not liable to third parties. Dunder Mifflin’s defense is valid. True False 10 points QUESTION 2 A 70 year old woman named Bernice entered a liquor store with a 15 year old youth named Robert.