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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.

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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.