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Chapter 10: Case Study Number 7 Issue: Hanson is suing for conversion and negligence. Rule: Conversion is a permanent interference with another’s use and enjoyment of his or her property and negligence is the behavior that creates an unreasonable risk or harm to others. Analysis : Defendant argues that it contractually limited its liability for loss of Plaintiffs goods, and that the limitation is effective because federal common law preempts any claims Plaintiff
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Unformatted text preview: may have under state law. Conclusion: I believe the award for summary judgement should be upheld because it specifically stated in facts that the loss was covered by a valid limitation of the validity clause. Hanson was also offered the opportunity to insure the head for a greater amount, which he refused. So it is not the Airlines liability....
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