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Legal Environment of BusinessBUS 216Week 2 HomeworkQuestion #1 (5 points)
A Colorado restaurant enters into a contract with a vendor from Wyoming forrestaurant supplies, including plates, napkins, cups, and disposable utensils. The vendor failed to deliver supplies under the contract for over 30 days, causing approximately $100,000 in damages to its business.1.What courts could the restaurant file a lawsuit in? Why?2.As the lawyer for the restaurant, what court would you file the lawsuit in? Why?3.As the vendor’s lawyer, what court would you want to defend the lawsuit in? Why?Question #2 (10 points)Watch the “How to Read a Case” video and complete a case summary on Rosenberg v. Harwood. A copy of the court opinion is in the US Courts andLegal Process Module in the Content Tab. You can also find a model case summary there as well.A judicial opinion is the decision of one or more judges giving the solution to a legal problem. The solution of every legal problem involves five elements: 1.The problem exists in a specific factualcontext.