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Angela RomanoIST 432Lesson 3 Case BriefCitation: Rosenberg v. Harwood (Utah Dist. Ct. May 27, 2011)Facts: The Defendant is Patrick HardwoodThe Defendant is GoogleThe Plaintiff is Lauren RosenburgRosenburg was injured after being hit by an automobile that was driven inattentively by Harwood.There are four caused citing’s in the complaint against Google:1.General Negligence2.Failure to Warn3.Strict Liability/Defective Design4.Strict liability-failureto warnGoogle wanted to dismiss charges on the terms that Complaint failed to state a cause of action against GoogleRosenburg was provided walking directions from Google that directed her to cross State Route 224, which is a rural highway wit heavy traffic and no sidewalks. However, it does warn about sidewalks.Issue: Does Google owe Rosenburg an obligation to warn the dangers along the followed route?Decision: Google did not owe Rosenberg a dutyReason