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72. Sponge Bob promised Patrick $200 if Patrick could get Sandy to go on a date with Sponge Bob onFriday. Patrick went to Sponge Bob’s house the next morning and told him that he got it all workedout and had already made dinner reservations for them, but that he would only accept $1,000. Hestated that if he did not get the $1,000 he would tell Sandy some personal stuff about Sponge Bob toget her to cancel the date. When Sponge Bob refused to pay more than $200 for their agreement,Patrick pulled out a knife. Sponge Bob paid $1,000. Which of the following is a reason why SpongeBob could argue that the additional $800 should be returned to him? A. No “meeting of the minds” for a new contract B. No new consideration was given for the additional money C. Sponge Bob was under duress when accepting the new terms D. All of the above E. None of the above 73. Drake was looking to rent an apartment. He reached out to Madonna, who owned many apartments inthe area. They agreed on a unit for $9,000 a month and signed the lease. On page 4 of the 8-page leaseagreement was an exculpatory clause stating in effect that Madonna was not liable for negligence thatmight cause Drake damages. However, on the front of page of the agreement was a line at the top thatread in bold letters, “BE SURE TO READ CLAUSE ON PAGE 4 ABOUT NEGLIGENCE.” If Drake was injuredby a falling ceiling tile in the apartment, which of the following is the most likely outcome in a lawsuit?74. Mickey gives Goofy, a stranger, a signed piece of paper that states the following: “I will pay you $5,000for your help.” If Goofy reads it and signs it, which of the following is the most likely reason that thecontract fails to be valid?
75. Which of the following is a trade secret? 76. Gaston and Belle each owned French restaurants. They were always trying to outdo each other withtheir new recipes. One day, Gaston disguised himself and went to eat at Belle’s restaurant to try hernew onion soup recipe. He took good notes on a little pad he tried to keep out of sight and he slowlytasted it over and over. He immediately went back to his restaurant and began working on makingonion soup. He started selling it the next day and it was the exact same recipe as Belle’s. In a lawsuitbrought by Belle against Gaston for misappropriation of trade secrets, who will win? A. Gaston B. Belle