The paper should be single-spaced answering the questions below:

  1. Best Products, Inc., hires Cole to develop and implement an e-commerce strategy for marketing Best’s products. Cole signs a contract that includes a clause prohibiting him from competing with Best during and after the employment. Before the strategy is implemented, Cole resigns from Best’s employ and opens a business to compete with Best. In Best’s suit against Cole, to determine whether Cole may compete with Best, what is the most important factor the court should consider?
  2. Data Analytics, Inc., and eProducts Corporation market competing software products. Data Analytics launches an ad campaign claiming that eProducts, instead of testing software before it is marketed, has customers “test” the software by using it. eProducts knows this is not true but begins to lose sales to Data Analytics. On what ground could eProducts sue Data Analytics for injury to eProducts’ reputation?
  3. The Wisconsin state legislature enacts a statute that prohibits the advertising of video games “because the games might be harmful to minors.” Despite this new statute, the president of x-Games, Inc., orders x-Game marketers to place ads in various media. When an x-Game ad appears on YUTV, a local television station, x-Games and YUTV are charged with violating the statute. What is the defendants’ best defense against a conviction?
  4. Meg is shopping in Nate’s Hardware Store when a nail gun in use by Ovid, one of the store’s employees, fires without warning and hits Meg in the leg. Nate checks the gun and discovers that it was assembled improperly. Meg files a suit against Power Tools Inc., the maker of the gun, on the ground of strict product liability. What are the elements for an action based on strict product liability? In whose favor is the court likely to rule and why?
  5. What is the doctrine of stare decisis? In the American legal system, how is it applied, and what is its effect?
  6. Kim operates Kim’s Fruits & Vegetables, a small market stocked entirely with produce grown on her adjacent farm. Under what clause of the Constitution can the federal government regulate Kim’s activities? What is Kim’s best argument against federal regulation of her farm and business?
  7. The National Rights Council, a nonprofit organization, files a suit against the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), claiming that a certain federal statute the DOJ is empowered to enforce conflicts with the U.S. Constitution and with a state constitution. In each situation, which source of law has priority?
  8. Health Source Inc. offers to buy Medico Supplies Corporation. On June 1, Medico gives Health Source copies of Medico’s financial statements for the previous year. The statements show an inventory of $10 million. On June 15, Medico discovers that the previous year’s inventory is overstated by $500,000, but does not inform Health Source. On July 1, Health Source, relying on the financial statements, buys Medico. On July 10, Health Source discovers the inventory overstatement. Can Health Source succeed in a suit against Medico? Explain.
  9. Alpha Inc. announces a new computer operating system to be marketed under the name McSoftware. McDonald’s Corp. asserts that the use of this name infringes on the McDonald’s family of trademarks characterized by the prefix “Mc” attached to a generic term. Alpha responds that “Mc” has come into generic use as a prefix and therefore McDonald’s has no trademark rights to the prefix. Alpha files an action, seeking a judgment that the mark McSoftware does not infringe on McDonald’s trademarks. What factors will the court consider in deciding this issue? What will be the probable outcome of the case? Explain.
  10. “Dawn” is a song included in the sound track of “eDay,” a movie produced and distributed by FasTrac Corporation. The song features a digital sampling of a few seconds of the guitar solo of one of George Harrison’s copyrighted sound recordings without permission. Does this digital sampling constitute copyright infringement on the part of FasTrac? Explain.
  11. Recreation & Sports Equipment Corporation sells a profit-generating product that is capable of seriously injuring consumers who misuse it in a foreseeable way. They are contemplating adding a warning to the product but that warning will increase the cost of the product and they are worried that it may scare some potential customers who might not buy the product. Thinking about the two main theories of the role of business in society, discuss whether Recreation & Sports Equipment Corporation behaves ethically by continuing to sell the product without warning.
  12. College Copy Shop (CCS) compiles, copies, and sells reading materials to students on the instructions of their professors, who indicate which parts of certain publications to include. These include texts published by Deep Topics, Inc. CCS does not obtain the permission of Deep Topics, or any of the other original publishers of the copied materials, and does not pay royalties on the sales of the compilations. Deep Topics and others file a suit against CCS, alleging infringement of the plaintiffs’ intellectual property rights. Which type of intellectual property is involved in this situation? What is CCS’s likely defense? How is a court most likely to rule? Explain.
  13. Norwest Trucking Corporation files a suit in a state court against Bob’s Service Company (BSC), and wins. BSC appeals the court’s decision, asserting that the evidence presented at trial to support Norwest’s claim was so scanty that no reasonable jury could have found for the plaintiff. Therefore, argues BSC, the appellate court should reverse the trial court’s decision. Is the appellate court likely to reverse the trial court’s findings with respect to the facts? Why or why not? What are an appellate court’s options after reviewing a case?
  14. Frances, an executive with GMO Seed & Feed, Inc., has to decide whether to market a product that could offer substantial benefits but might also have potentially serious side effects for a small percentage of users. Using the different ethical philosophies discussed, analyze the decision.
  15. Business Software Corporation (BSC) sells business apps—wage, price, and inventory coordinating programs, for example—downloadable online. To complete a deal, a purchaser clicks on a button that, with reference to certain terms, states, “I agree.” What is this agreement called? Do the parties have a binding, enforceable contract that includes the terms? Explain.
  16. Sonya and other employees of TransGlobal Inc. maintain a password-protected social media page on which they post comments on work-related issues. The posts range from positive to negative, supporting the page’s purpose to “vent about work.” When TransGlobal learns of the page, the company intimidates Sonya into revealing the password, and after reviewing the posts, fires her and the other participants. Which federal law discussed in this chapter most likely applies to this situation? Has this law been violated? Discuss.
  17. Consolidated Boring Corporation ships its only pump to Drills & Bits Inc., the manufacturer, for repair. Consolidated hires Everywhere Shipping, Inc., to take the pump to Drills & Bits and to return it to Consolidated as soon as the repair is complete. Consolidated is forced to suspend operations without a pump, but Everywhere Shipping does not know this. Consolidated expects to be without the pump for five days and to lose profits of $5,000. When the pump is not returned by the end of the fifth day, Consolidated rents a pump at a cost of $100 per day. Everywhere Shipping delays five more days before returning the pump. Consolidated files a suit against Everywhere Shipping, asking for compensatory, consequential, and punitive damages. Will Consolidated recover?
  18. Giles is a tenant in Home Suite Home, an apartment building owned by Italo. Giles is injured when he falls in an unlighted stairwell in the building. Giles asks Italo to cover his medical expenses. Italo refuses to admit that Giles’s injury resulted from a fall in the stairwell, or that Italo should assume liability for the cost. Unable to negotiate a settlement, Giles wants to file a suit against Italo. What pleading begins a suit? Once a defendant is notified of a suit, what must he or she do?

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