BUS 211 On behalf of Meadow’s Edge Golf Course & Club, Norton

| March 14, 2016

1. On behalf of Meadow’s Edge Golf Course & Club, Norton signs and returns a letter from Oralee, referring to her services as a resident golf pro and their price. When Norton attempts to complete the deal, however, Oralee re­fuses, claiming that they have no con­tract. Norton claims that they do. What standard determines whether these parties have a contract? Do they have a contract under this standard? Why or why not?
2. Jennifer used to be a food buyer for Vegan Food Company when she decides to leave to start up her own business called Jennifer’s Kitchen. She contacts Vegan Food Company’s suppliers, offering to buy their entire harvest for the next year, Vegan’s customers, and even offers to sell her products for less than her former employer. Has Jennifer violated any laws? Explain which laws might be triggered and why.

3. In 2005, Recreation & Relaxation Corporation began making and selling all terrain vehicles (ATVs) under the mark “R&R.” Ten years later, recoveryandrehabilitation.com, Inc., a differ­ent company selling medical equipment and supplies, begins to use “R&R” as part of its URL and registers it as a domain name. Can Recreation & Relaxation stop recoveryandrehabilitation.com’s use of “R&R”? Why or why not? If so, what must the ATV maker show?

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