Chapter 8 Class notes

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Chapter 8 Class notes Business tort: wrongful interference with contract relationship Inducing part to breach o By saying lower price and breaking contract o Specifically “breaking contract” as inducement Conditioned your promise on them breaking contract Making them break contract and offer price unlawful Just offering them price lawful Cannot make false statements about the quality of good/service and the source of the good. o Historically, it wasn’t allowed to make statements about competitors procuct. o Now, you can name in adverts your competitors products as long as it is true. A certain % of the product has to be made in the US to have the label “made in US. Appropriation: - Cannot use name and likeness. o If it would confuse the average user, it is illegal, but the producer of the original product has to enforce it.[ o Counterfeit: falsifying product = unlawful. Intellectual property:
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BUS L201 taught by Professor Engber during the Spring '08 term at University of Michigan.

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