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BMI v. Minicom Trial Version, Tenth Edition

BMI v. Minicom Trial Version, Tenth Edition

BMI is seeking damages for a lost shipment of computer chips. BMI, the supplier, claims that the purchaser, Minicom, bore the risk of loss and is seeking to recover for breach of contract.

BMI v. Minicom Trial Version, Tenth Edition
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Cranbrooke v. Intellex Case File, Third Edition

Cranbrooke v. Intellex Case File, Third Edition

An international contractual dispute arises when Intellex, a U.S. manufacturer of video games, licenses another company to distribute its newly developed line of video-game products in possible violation of its contract with Cranbrooke.

Cranbrooke v. Intellex Case File, Third Edition
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Dixon v. Providential Life Insurance, Sixth Edition

Dixon v. Providential Life Insurance, Sixth Edition

Judge John Dixon's dead body was found with a gunshot wound in the head. His wife, the plaintiff, demands that Providential Life Insurance Company pay on Dixon's life insurance policy, but Providential refuses. Student's skills will be tested with this well-balanced file bringing in equal number of verdicts for both the plaintiff and the defense.

Dixon v. Providential Life Insurance, Sixth Edition
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Rowe v. Pacific Quad, Inc., Fifth Edition

Rowe v. Pacific Quad, Inc., Fifth Edition

Rowe sues Pacific Quad for sexual harassment, claiming lewd behavior at Pacific Quad created a hostile work environment and forced her to quit.

Rowe v. Pacific Quad, Inc. Case File
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Vending Operator v. Department of Transportation, Third Edition

Vending Operator v. Department of Transportation, Third Edition

This trial case file is suited to train students to try both the liability and damages phases of civil actions. Impeachment issues give students the opportunity to practice examination skills.

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BMI v. Minicom Defendants Version, Tenth Edition
BMI is seeking damages for a lost shipment of computer chips. BMI, the supplier, claims that the purchaser, Minicom, bore the risk of loss and is seeking to recover for breach of contract.

BMI v. Minicom Plaintiffs Version, Tenth Edition
BMI is seeking damages for a lost shipment of computer chips. BMI, the supplier, claims that the purchaser, Minicom, bore the risk of loss and is seeking to recover for breach of contract.

Cranbrooke v. Intellex Defendants Version, Third Edition
An international contractual dispute arises when Intellex, a U.S. manufacturer of video games, licenses another company to distribute its newly developed line of video-game products in possible violation of its contract with Cranbrooke, a British manufacturer and distributor of leisure products that had the exclusive right to distribute Intellex's video-game products in the European Union for at least five years.

Cranbrooke v. Intellex Faculty Version, Third Edition
An international contractual dispute arises when Intellex, a U.S. manufacturer of video games, licenses another company to distribute its newly developed line of video-game products in possible violation of its contract with Cranbrooke, a British manufacturer and distributor of leisure products that had the exclusive right to distribute Intellex's video-game products in the European Union for at least five years.

Cranbrooke v. Intellex Plaintiffs Version, Third Edition
An international contractual dispute arises when Intellex, a U.S. manufacturer of video games, licenses another company to distribute its newly developed line of video-game products in possible violation of its contract with Cranbrooke, a British manufacturer and distributor of leisure products that had the exclusive right to distribute Intellex's video-game products in the European Union for at least five years.