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Assignment 5 - Why or why not is the court correct on this...

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Assignment 5 1) Prepare case briefs for both the Moore case and the Greenberg case. Make sure you cover all of the issues covered in the case materials you are given. 2) Write one paragraph in which you either agree or disagree with the majority decision in Moore on the issue of “conversion” – that is – whether Moore should have a defensible property interest in his removed spleen.
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Unformatted text preview: Why or why not is the court correct on this issue? 2) Write one paragraph in which you either agree or disagree with the majority decision in Greenberg on the issue of whether the researchers should have a duty to disclose their “economic interests” to the Plaintiffs. Why or why not is the court correct on this issue?...
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