Paul v. Dynamo Sporting Goods, Dillon, and Hanson is also available in these versions by calling 1-800-533-1637:
This pretrial case file features a breach of contract focusing on evidentiary privileges, professional responsibility, and client misconduct. Michelle Paul is seeking to recover the unpaid sum of $2.8 billion from Arthur Dillon, the buyer of her former business, Sportslifeware. After the sale, Paul started a new company, Sportique Clothing, and hired two of the plaintiff's former employees, one of whom brought Sportslifeware's customer list with him. Dillon failed to make the balloon payment claiming he owed nothing because Paul breached the agreement. These materials can be used for a number of courses, including professional responsibility, trial advocacy, civil procedure (practice component), and pre-trial advocacy. This combo contains one copy each A's Edition and B's Edition.
Paul v. Dynamo Sporting Goods, Dillon, and Hanson can be used for a number of courses, including lawyer skills training, practical civil procedure skills, pretrial, and case development.
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