P is developing products related to the TV series, including the publication of books, and sues Ds for copyright infringement. Ds are protected by the fair use defense. (a)True(b) False 3. The U.S. Navy granted a contract to a small business, CMD, to supply the Navy with 1,400 calculators at a price of $75/calculator. CMD contacted Audio Visual, Inc. (P), a company that agreed to buy the calculators cheaply and sell them to CMD at a price of $65/calculator. P contacted a manufacturer of calculators, Sharp Products (D), and asked for a price quote. D mailed to P a sheet of price quotations for its various calculators. The Model E-9C, which met Navy specifications, was listed at $50. P then mailed a letter to D, stating: “We hereby order 1,400 Model E-9C calculators at a price of $50 per calculator to be delivered to us at your earliest convenience.” Soon thereafter, D mailed back a letter, stating: “We are all out of this model and, therefore, cannot fill your order.” P has sued, claiming it has a contract to buy from D at a price of $50/calculator. P will probably win.
4. Pickett (P), a high school senior, researched colleges on the internet. Her primary concerns were cost and the nature and types of financial aid. The website for the University of Houston (D) had information about a Jenna Watkins Scholarship, which provided $1,000 per year and a waiver of all fees. Based on this information, P requested an application package. When she received it in October 2009, it contained the 2010-