Case Study (WK1)

Case Study(WK1) - Case Study(WK1 Read Chapter 35 prior to completing this assignment Many case studies are included in your textbook This exercise

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Case Study (WK1) Read Chapter 35 prior to completing this assignment. Many case studies are included in your textbook. This exercise will help you learn vocabulary and how to analyze the case studies. Brief Millan v. Dean Witter Reynolds, Inc. on p. 925-926. Use pages 24 and 25 for reference. In your brief, you should include the following information: the parties (Who is the plaintiff? The defendant? The appellant? The appellee?) the history of the case (Who won at trial court? Who won at the lower appellate level? Who won in this decision?) the facts (What happened that caused the plaintiff to sue?) the plaintiff's theory (Why he thinks he is right) the defendant's theory (Why she thinks she is right) the legal issue (a yes or no question) the holding of the court (Yes or no--answers the legal issue). What do you think? Was this case decided correctly? Why or why not? (Study tip: For the mid-term, remember that the issue is the question the court answered; the holding is the answer to that question.) Please post your work by clicking on
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2010 for the course MG 261DLB taught by Professor Johnhutcherson during the Spring '10 term at Park.

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Case Study(WK1) - Case Study(WK1 Read Chapter 35 prior to completing this assignment Many case studies are included in your textbook This exercise

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