1. Peter lives and works in New York. He works for ABC Fireworks. On July 1, 2011 he drove

| November 9, 2018

Please answer each question in the IRAC
formula (Issue, Rule, Analysis, Conclusion)
1. Peter lives and works in New
York. He works for ABC Fireworks. On July 1, 2011 he drove an ABC Fireworks,
Inc. truck on Interstate 90 in New York.
He was diabetic and was unable to take his medication because of heavy
traffic. At some point his vehicle was
cut off by another truck with New Jersey plates. Peter’s directional signal was not working
but he had to move into the passing lane.
Dina, a resident of Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, was driving her vehicle at 105 mph in the passing lane. She struck Peter’s truck which caused an
explosion. Dina’s car was destroyed by
impact with the fireworks. Her counselor said that Dina did have some anxiety
about driving prior to the crash. He
felt that due to her training she was able to drive at high speeds safely
before the accident. However she was so
traumatized by the crash that she could no longer drive. Dina also felt that she should be compensated
because she had to sell her house to move closer to a bus line. Dina refused to provide Peter with her medical
records.
Dina filed a lawsuit against Peter and
ABC Fireworks Inc. in the divorce court near her house in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania. What will Peter
argue? What will ABC argue? What will Dina argue? How will the court rule in this case? Provide
legal justification for your decision.
2. Tom
owned a computer business. Sue was a
friend of Tom and visited him on 7/1/13 when each consumed 10 beers. Sue offered to sell Tom 10 computers for $ 50,000. Sue said that Tom nodded his headed after she
made that offer. Sue also agreed to
place some illegal software on Tom’s computer for $ 10,000.
Tom told Sue that he had a problem with
his computer hardware. Sue worked on the problem for six weeks without telling
Tom and had the hardware working perfectly again. Sue stated that Tom offered to pay for a new
house for her if she quit her job. As a
result she quit her job, sold her house and put her belongings in a van so she
could move into the new house.
After Tom recovered from his hangover he
refused to pay $ 50,000 for the computers, refused to pay for the illegal
software, he also refused to pay for the hardware repairs and refused to pay
for the new house. His ex-friend Sue
files a lawsuit? What will Sue
argue? What will Tom argue? How will the court rule in this case? Provide
legal justification for your decision.

3. Al worked for “California Krak
Corporation” for twenty years. Krak
is the only supplier of a portable medical machine. Al was working at home on the weekend when he
invented a new version of the machine.
Al obtained the legal rights for the new machine. Al’s supervisor did not think Al’s machine
would be a successful product and refused to produce it. Al was very aware of Krak’s confidential formulas. He also knew how to use Krak’s special made
XXX machinery and computer programs.
Krak owned the legal rights to the XXX machinery and computer programs.

Al knew that he had a great
opportunity. He also knew that Krak was
making a bad decision. Al made copies of
Krak’s formulas, computer programs and machinery. He also made copies of Krak’s customer
list. Al then convinced Tom to leave the
Krak marketing department prior to the end of his contract. Tom and Al had both signed a contract that
stated that they would not work in the medical field for five years in the
United States after they left Krak.

Tom and Al started a new company
“California Kracked Corporation.”
They were very successful selling the new machine as Krak’s customers
broke their contracts to buy Al’s machine.
The new machine was so successful that Krak also began to sell it. California Krak Corporation filed a lawsuit
against Al.
What will Al argue? What will California
Krak Corporation argue? How will the
court rule in this case? Provide legal justification for your decision.

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