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Unformatted text preview: Agency. Their involvement creates an intentional interference with contractual relations. Because of this law PG & E will win the dispute. Critical Legal Thinking Case 9.2: E-Mail Contract . Who wins? Clearly, West Coast Steel Company would win the suit because electronic mail is a legally recognized method of conducting business and of creating contractual obligations. The Statute of Frauds cannot be raised in the defense of Little Steel Company because the e-mails were electronically signed and, therefore, constituted a binding contract between the two companies....
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- Spring '10
- Critical Legal Thinking, Legal Thinking Cases, Jeremy Doncouse Mountain State University, West Coast Steel Company