Appellate Brief

  • Recon Brief

    Mr. J. Orlando, Clerk Superior Court, Appellate Division Hughes Justice Complex 25 W. Market St. Box 006 Trenton, NJ 08625 Re: State v. Heine, A-001720-10-T4 Dear Mr. Orlando: Please accept the attached letter brief in lieu of a more formal brief in support of my Motion for Reconsideration. PROCEDURAL HISTORY AND STATEMENT OF FACT The Garfield City Council adopted Ordinance 2382 in 2003 which was an acceptance of a copyrighted document called the International Property Maintenance

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  • Creative Brief

    What is a Creative Brief In its simplest term Creative Brief is the bridge between smart strategic thinking and great advertising (advertising that involves consumers on both – rational and emotional level, and which is capable of affecting a change in both their thoughts and behavior) and is the key tool with which planners and their account management partners can unlock the talents and imagination of their agency’s creative people. If the Creative Brief is informative, well argued and insightful

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  • Case Brief

    Case Brief GM520, Legal, Political, and Ethical Dimensions of Business Style of Case and Citations Kelo v. City of New London 545 U.S. 469 (2005) Court Rendering Final Decision U.S. Supreme Court Identification of Parties and Procedural Details Susette Kelo and the other affected property owners (Plaintiff) filled a suit challenging New London's legal authority to take their homes in order to make room for Pfizer and the economic development plan. Discussion of the Facts

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  • Appellate Brief - Legal

    STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT No. 11-0369 BOB LOBLAW, Appellant v. MAGGIE LIZER, Individually and in her Official Capacity as Assistant United States Attorney, Southern District of New York, Appellee BRIEF FOR THE APPELLANT ON APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATE DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK Counsel for Appellant 601739 2072 5th Ave. Suite 43 New York, NY 10292

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  • Gm520 Case Brief

    FORMAT FOR CASE BRIEF Virtually all of the cases in this text (and all legal texts for that matter) are at an Appellate/Supreme Court level (not a trial court), where Issues of Law are resolved, as opposed to issues of fact which are resolved at the trial court level. This suggested format is a slight modification of an outline for Case Briefs used in the legal profession. (Example - Text Pg 8 – Case 1.1)  Style of Case and Citation: U.S. v Sun-Diamond Growers of California  Court

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  • Case Brief

    Case Brief #1 Name: Thompson v. Clear Springs Foods, Inc., 148 Idaho 697; 228 P.3d 378; 2010 Ida. LEXIS 40 (2010) Facts: Judy Thompson, the claimant, has been an employee for the past 12 years at Clear Spring Food Inc. The company’s regulations state that during her two 15-minute breaks and 30-minute lunch break she must use a time punch card and notify her supervisor if she leaves the facility. During one of her 15-minute breaks Judy decided to go out and move her car “to avoid the risk of

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  • Legal Brief

    LEGAL BRIEF DATE: 1st July, 2012 TO: Mr. Orendorff FROM: Jinlin Dai RE: chapter 9, #5, pg.243 Relevant Facts: You want to lease your automobile to a friend for the summer but do not want to pay a lawyer to draw up the lease. Joanna, a neighbor, is in law school. She is not licensed to practice law. She offers to draft a lease for you for $100, and you unwisely accept. Later, you refuse to pay her fee and she sues to collect. Problem or Issue: Who will win the lawsuits, and why? Apart

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  • Case Brief

    Horner v. Bourland 724 F. 2d 1142 Case Brief Instructions Please note that, unlike the case you have been assigned, the cases in the text have been stripped down to a fundamental legal issue related to the chapter of study and do not contain much of the procedural aspects you may find in your case. DECIDE ON A FORMAT AND STICK TO IT: Structure is essential to a good brief. It enables you to arrange systematically the related parts that are scattered throughout most cases, thus making manageable

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  • Policy Brief

    military response to the Syrian Government through aerial and maritime militias. * The attack will not target civilians or military personnel, only chemical warfare warehouses or insignificant non-human targets. * It will be a strong but brief attack on the Governments military supplies, military equipment end even free spaces just to induce immediate fear into the officials. The above mentioned efforts aim to induce fear to the target and concretely abolish any other intention

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  • Case Brief

    Case Brief Revised Jean Harshman-Beasley PA 401 August 6, 2013 Prof. V Corbo Case Brief Revised Civil v. I.N.S., 140 F.3d 52 (1st Cir. 1998) FACT; The petitioner, Lucienne Yvette Civil, sought political asylum under section 8 U.S.C. § 1158(a), on the well-founded fear if returned to Haiti, she would face persecution for her political beliefs. After being denied, Lucienne Yvette Civil appealed the Board of Immigration Appeals ("Board" or "BIA") decision affirming an Immigration

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  • Brief

    LaShawn Davis February 20, 2014 Legal Writing Legal Brief Assignment No. 1 FACT: On February 1, Bernie puts an ad in his local newspaper, advertising his 2009 Ford Fusion for sale for a $13,500 asking price. After waiting for a few weeks with no offers, on March 1, Vivian calls him and offers to purchase the vehicle for $12,000. Bernie invites Vivian to meet him on March 5 to complete the negotiation and transaction.  On March 10, after Bernie and Vivian negotiation, Vivian made a counteroffer.

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  • Amerikaanse Brief

    5654 BB Eindhoven T.a.v. Ineke Costerman Betreft: Ladies Night 30 augustus Geachte Ineke, Naar aanleiding van de Ladies Night op 30 augustus, heb ik een paar keer telefonisch contact met u gezocht, maar ik kreeg geen gehoor. Vandaar deze brief. Van verschillende bronnen hebben wij vernomen dat er bepaalde producten ontbraken in de goodie bag die wij beschikbaar gesteld hadden. We hebben het over de informatie folder en de proefflacon. Op 21 augustus heeft een medewerkster van ons keurig

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  • Appellate Brief

    Appellate Brief Kate Voigt July 26, 2013 Professor Doug Simon MBA 660 The Legal and Ethical Environment of Management ______________ No. 1 ___________________________________ IN THE EIGHT CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS _____________________ MARY DEAREST, Petitioner, V. STATE OF MINNESOTA, Respondent, ___________________ IN REVIEW TO THE SUPREME COURT OF MINNESOTA ____________________ BRIEF FOR THE RESPONDENT ___________________ Kate Voigt 1678 Snelling Ave, Suite #987 St. Paul, MN 55108 (123) 456-7890

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  • How to Case Brief

    HOW TO BRIEF A CASE [OR–WHY DIDN’T I CHOOSE TO GO TO MEDICAL SCHOOL] By Dana L. Blatt, Esq. You are just about to start law school. You buy all of your required casebooks [they are about two feet thick–only “slightly” intimidating], and you receive your first assignment. You are simply told, “read the first 100 pages in each book and BRIEF all of the cases!” O.K., you know how to read [hopefully], but what does it mean to “brief” a case? You have heard of “briefcases,” but that

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  • Trial and Appellate Courts

    Trial and Appellate Courts State and appellate courts work with each other but have very different roles in the justice system. State courts listen to facts about a case and try to keep the victims and the accused rights from being violated. Appellate courts make sure that the rights of the accused have not been violated. In the state courts system an accused has a right to a jury of peers. It is up to the state to prove burden of guilt while the accused does not have to prove they

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  • Case Brief

    Aubrey Grudowski Criminal Law Case Brief STANFORD v. KENTUCKY, 492 U.S. 361 (1989) 492 U.S. 361 STANFORD v. KENTUCKY 
CERTIORARI TO THE SUPREME COURT OF KENTUCKY JUSTICE SCALIA FACTS Petitioner in No. 87-5765 was about seventeen years and four months of age when he committed murder in Kentucky. After a juvenile court and several hearings he went to trial as an adult in a category for those who have committed Class A felonies or those under age sixteen who have been charged with a felony

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  • Design Brief

    Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution (Constitution), extend the life of a patent beyond its expiration date or give a patent on an article that lacked the level of invention required for federal patents. Reasoning: Reversing the appellate court, the Supreme Court held that because federal law was supreme with regard to copyrights and patents, the states were precluded from providing more protection to unpatented articles. The court in Sears held that a manufacturer could not use

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  • Aflac Brief

    AFLAC Part 1 a. Info (Brief, few paragraphs) Aflac is different from health insurance; it's insurance for daily living. They pay for doctors and hospitals in case of a major event occurring. It pays cash benefits to help with daily costs when injured or sick. This help benefits you in that it directly helps your family and you with those unforeseen costs, even if you have another insurance coverage. Aflac pays you benefits even when you're healthy. Having a range of products to fit most budgets

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  • Appellate Court

    Supreme Court of the State of New York Appellate Division: Second Judicial Department D28449 H/prt Argued - October 2, 2009 AD3d REINALDO E. RIVERA, J.P. RANDALL T. ENG CHERYL E. CHAMBERS L. PRISCILLA HALL, JJ. 2008-04626 Emigrant Mortgage Company, Inc., respondent, v Gregory Karpinski, appellant. (Index No. 12722/07) DECISION & ORDER ON MOTION Motion by the plaintiff, Emigrant Mortgage Company, Inc., for leave to reargue an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County, dated

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  • Kringle Brief

    by defendant's golden retriever. The trial court granted the defendant's motion for a directed verdict reasoning that because this was the dog's first bite of a human, there was there was no cause of action under Georgia's “first bite” rule. The appellate court found that the excluded evidence did not indicate the owner had any reason to suspect that the dog had a propensity to bite and thus, the trial court did not abuse its discretion in granting defendant's motion or directing a verdict. 

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  • Assignment Brief

    have learning disabilities. | |Justice, the manager at the hostel has asked you to make a set of recommendations. | |The Brief | |Task 1

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  • Case Brief

    ------------------------------------------------- INTEROFFICE MEMORANDUM CASE BRIEF INTEROFFICE MEMORANDUM CASE BRIEF To: Mr. Dudley Knox; Introduction to Law LGLA 1311-51001 From: Monica Holland Date: Friday October 24th 2014 IN RE: Introduction to the American Legal System Eighth Edition; Schulze, Patterson Upper Saddle River, New Jersey ------------------------------------------------- Assignment: I have been asked to brief a criminal case of my choice. It must be briefed on two headnotes

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  • Assignment Brief

    own records. Your mark will be returned on the Assessed Work Form via the Undergraduate Programme Office. Referencing your work The APA method of referencing uses the author's name and the date of the publication. In-text citations give brief details of the work you are referring to in your text. References are listed at the end of the text in alphabetical order by the author's name. The general format of an electronic journal reference in the APA style is shown below: Coutu, D. (2009)

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  • Briefs

    Briefs: I. 1. Title: International Shoe Co. v. State of Washington (p. 46) Judgment at trial in the Supreme Court of Washington for Washington State; Defendants appeal. 2. Facts: International Shoe Co. a corporation that manufactured footwear only in St. Louis, Missouri, yet it did sell its products nationwide. Including Washington State, where it send its salespeople. Who even though were not authorized to collect payments from the customers still were involved in renting spaces

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  • Cider Brief

    Brief to design a Company Logo for a Start up business This provides a brief to develop a logo for an Australian company that intends to market and sell Cider. Background The Australian Cider market represents about 3% of the Australian beer and Cider market in volume terms (this is approx 4 million cases). Though a relatively small category overall, the Cider market has enjoyed strong sales growth over the past 3 – 4 years (some estimates have the market growth at +30% CAGAR since 2007)

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  • Brief

    [pic] Braeside High School BTEC Extended Diploma in Business (Marketing) Unit 37 Understanding Business Ethics Assignment brief 1: Ethical issues Assessor Mr. Zachaues Omwenga Date issued: 06/05/2015 Date of Submission: 29/05/2015 This assignment brief assesses |P1 explain the ethical issues a business needs to consider in its operational activities | |P2 explain the implications for the business and stakeholders of a business operating

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  • Brief

    [pic] Braeside High School BTEC Extended Diploma in Business ( Marketing) Unit 37 Understanding Business Ethics Assignment brief 1: Ethical issues Assessor Mr. Zachaues Omwenga Date issued: 06/05/2015 Date of Submission: 29/05/2015 This assignment brief assesses |P1 explain the ethical issues a business needs to consider in its operational activities | |P2 explain the implications for the business and stakeholders of a business operating ethically

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  • Trial Brief

    Approximately September 15, 2010, Defendant used the original music for How to Save a Life to compose his version entitled of How to Write a Brief. Id. ¶ 13. The lyrics to the song How to Write a Brief, as recorded by the Defendant, identically followed the format used in the song How to Save a Life. Id. ¶ 13. Since the recording of How to Write a Brief, the Defendant has played the song in his legal writing class at University of Maine, School of Law at least six times. Id. ¶ 14. The defendant

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  • Brief

    BRAESIDE HIGH SCHOOL BTEC EXTENDED DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS UNIT 19 – DEVELOPING TEAMS IN BUSINESS ASSIGNMENT 1:- WHAT MAKES AN EFFECTIVE TEAM DATE ISSUED 28/04/14 SUBMISSION DATE ASSESSORS: MR.E.Rotich and Mr.R. NJAGI This assignment brief assesses: P1 describe different types of team and the benefits of teams for an organizationP2 explain how to build cohesive teams that perform wellM1 compare the roles of the different members of a teamM2 compare the effectiveness of different teams.D1

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  • Creative Brief

    Nike Creative Brief By Gabriela Dimitrova ID:9920 Problem that can be solved by comunnication The goal of Nike is to stay the worlds leading supplier and bring in a “normal” crowd as opposite to famous athletes. Also, to show purchasers that they can achieve anything they set their minds to and Nike will help them do it. Objectives -Bring out the Athlete in the younger generation -Nike is for everyone Target audience -Primary: Teens and young adults -Secondary: Parents, Grandparents

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  • System Brief

    Computer Information System Brief – Kudler Fine Foods Kelly Singh ACC/542 September 14, 2015 Dr. Joseph Oloyede Computer Information System Brief – Kudler Fine Foods Kudler Fine Foods (KFF) is an upscale specialty food store in Southern California. The store has three retail locations (La Jolla, Del Mar, and Encinitas) located near high-end shopping areas. Each location offers a selection of bakery, produce, packaged food, meat, cheese and seafood selections. KFF's mission

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  • Supreme Court Appellate Brief Same Sex Marriage

    TIMOTHY B. BOSTIC; TONY C. LONDON; CAROL SCHALL; and MARY TOWNLEY, Respondents. ________________________________ ON WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT ________________________________ BRIEF FOR THE RESPONDENTS ________________________________ Law Student Counsel for the Respondents QUESTION PRESENTED Whether Virginia’s Marriage Laws, which prohibit same-sex couples from marrying or entering a civil partnership

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  • Case Briefs

    Unit 3 Case Brief Jon E. Johnson Kaplan, University Unit 3 Case Brief Case: Mitchell v.Lovington Good Samaritan Center Inc., 555 P.2d 696 (N.M. 1976) Facts: On 6/4/1974 the Petitioner, Zelma Mitchell, was terminated from her employment at Lovington Good Samaritan Center, INC., for alleged misconduct. On 6/12/1974, Mitchell applied for unemployment compensation and was found ineligible due to her being terminated for misconduct. She was found to be ineligible by an Unemployment Security Commission

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  • Brief

    with past grievances or past periods of time, then that that has to have its light in the sun as well. So I'll reserve a conclusion pending my opportunity to read the contract. MS. CHAMPINE: And then give us an opportunity to address it in the brief? MR. PETERSON: Absolutely. MS. CHAMPINE: Okay. MR. PETERSON: So if I understand correctly, we will put them in the record and you will give them the weight you believe they're due based on contract language and other factors? ARBITRATOR: Correct

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  • Organization Brief

    To: Professor Date: 07/20/2015 Subject: Organizing a Business Business Brief As a nursing home administrator, I have the knowledge and history required to understand how healthcare organizations run. I have a passion for seniors, and ensuring they are well taken care of. As an administrator in the healthcare field, I strive for quality care and I am familiar with how to manage these types of facilities. With that being said, I would like to own a greenhouse nursing facility.

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  • Marketing Brief

    Running head: K. Yeboah-Adzimah Brief Cereal Development Brief Kelly Yeboah-Adzimah Franklin University MKTG300 Ted Jones December 15, 2015 To: Natures Path Corporation From: Kelly Juwara Yeboah-Adzimah Date: December 15, 2015 Subject: Organic Cereal Business Brief Executive Summary The purpose of this brief is to introduce the Nature’s Path company to the idea of adding family size boxes to their product line. Product name and Brand Personality Natures Path Organics is

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  • Case Brief

    Case Brief-Quick Trip Competitive Positioning Although Quick Trip is widely known as one of the major gasoline retailer agents, its forays into the retail food system cannot go unnoticed. The company has established major outlets throughout the United States providing competition to the traditionally established retail outlets. A major point of departure is the kind of food offered by this retail store. Selling of freshly cooked food is rarely done in the United States especially among the many

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  • How to Brief a Case

    HOW TO BRIEF A CASE I. Distinctions A. B. II. A case brief is a dissection of a judicial opinion -- it contains a written summary of the basic components of that decision. Persuasive briefs (trial and appellate) are the formal documents a lawyer files with a court in support of his or her client’s position. Functions of case briefing A. Case briefing helps you acquire the skills of case analysis and legal reasoning. Briefing a case helps you understand it. B. Case briefing

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  • Discussion 7 - Appellate Courts

    time period in which the appellant must file a brief, a written argument containing their side's view of the facts and the legal arguments upon which they rely in seeking a reversal of the lower trial court. The appellee then has a specified time to file an answering brief. The appellant may then file a second brief answering the appellee's brief. A United States appellant court sometimes will make their decision only on the basis of a written briefs. In a civil case, either party may appeal to

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  • How to Brief a Case

    How to Brief a Case Using the “IRAC” Method When briefing a case, your goal is to reduce the information from the case into a format that will provide you with a helpful reference in class and for review. Most importantly, by “briefing” a case, you will grasp the problem the court faced (the issue); the relevant law the court used to solve it (the rule); how the court applied the rule to the facts (the application or “analysis”); and the outcome (the conclusion). You will then be ready to

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  • Brief

    ASSIGNMENT 2 BRIEF |Qualification |BTEC Level 5 HND Diploma in Business | |Unit number and title |: Working with and Leading People | |Assignment issued | |Assignment submission | | |Assessor name

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  • Assignment Brief

    | | |Assignment no & title: 10: Know how care is provided for looked after children and young people | | |Date Brief IV’d: | | |Marking Tutor :

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  • Assignment Brief

    Assignment Brief. |Brief: | | | |You are required to conduct an

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  • Case Brief

    aside their opinions in judging the defendant. I believe that since Mr. Skilling failed to show a presumption of juror prejudice or actual prejudice, that the court’s judgment denying Mr. Skilling’s unfair trial claim was a good decision. IV. Case brief I. Title and citation This case is the case of Jeffery Skilling v. United States. I retrieved these case files from http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/09pdf/08-1394.pdf. II. Facts of the case Mr. Jeffrey Skilling was one of three executives

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  • Creative Brief

    we already had, in order to give the video a more personal effect and to pass on our own personal experiences. The only cost was $.50 for poster board used for our story board. Schedule: o Target Market –October 11, 2011 o Creative Brief and Script –November 1, 2011 o Filming done by—November 12, 2011 o Completed project, with video and promotional plan, and release the video—December 1, 2011

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  • Appellate Court

    to contest that ruling. However, appeals may be costly, and the appellate court must find an error on the part of the court below that justifies upsetting the verdict. Therefore, only a small proportion of trial court decisions result in appeals. Some appellate courts, particularly supreme courts, have the power of discretionary review, meaning that they can decide whether they will hear an appeal brought in a particular case. Appellate court judges, then, often review decisions made by trial court

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  • Case Brief

    Jessica Case Briefing #2 LaPlace v. Briere New Jersey Supreme Court, Appellate Division 404 NJ. Super. 585, 962 A. 2d 1139 (2009) Facts: A horse owner brought an action against the person who exercised his horse while the horse was being boarded at the defendant's stable. While the stable employee was "lunging" the horse, the horse reared up, collapsed on his side with blood pouring from his nostrils, and then died. Issue: Was the defendant or the trainer liable for the conversion and

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  • Case Briefs

    Babatunde White Torts Case Briefs Yania v Bigan 397 Pa. 316 Parties: Plaintiff - Yania (decedent's widow) Defendant – Procedural History: Trial court dismissed the case; plaintiff appeals. Cause of action: Negligence Facts: Bigan engaged in a coal mining operation, and had trenches on his property for this purpose. The trenches were 16-18 feet in height, and contained water of 8-10 feet (water pump not working to take out the water). Yania went to Bigan's property for purposes of business

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  • Briefs

    Three Briefs Helen Mayes Kaplan University PA205: Introduction to Legal Analysis and Writing June 26, 2012 Citation- Mitchell v. Lovington Good Samaritan Center, Inc. 555 P.2d 696 (N.M. 1976) Facts- 1. Plaintiff (Mrs. Mitchell) was terminated from her job at Lovington good Samaritan Center, Inc., due to alleged misconduct. Plaintiff then filed for unemployment compensation benefits. Due to the finding from the deputy of the Unemployment Security Commission Mrs. Mitchell was denied

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  • Brief

    Brief To: Client From: ABC Accounting Date: [ 5/20/2012 ] Re: Preface Over the past six weeks we have worked with Kudler Fine Foods in order to help them with their accounting and software needs. We have helped them overcome many challenges in how the business was run. In week 1 we helped Kudler integrate technology into their business operations. We gave them suggestions on how to use computer systems to help make their daily business activities run smoother and faster. In week 2

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