Bill files a Federal lawsuit based on his 1 st Amendment right to free speech

Bill files a federal lawsuit based on his 1 st

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1. Bill files a Federal lawsuit based on his 1stAmendment right to free speech in a district court. When he loses the case, he appeals to a U.S. Court of Appeals, and he isagain unsuccessful. He now wants the U.S. Supreme Court to review his case. Will he be able to do so? A. Yes, absolutely, because his case is based on a Constitutional liberty.B. Yes, but only if the Supreme Court grants a writ of certiorariC. Yes, but only if he is seeking at least $75,000 in damages.D. No, absolutely not. . 2. Walter, a Texan, makes a sale of goods contract with Wilhelm, a citizen of Germany. Walter is the seller, and Wilhelm is the buyer. The contract does not say anything in particular about which body of contract law will be applied to resolve any future disputesover the deal. Which of the following bodies of law governs the contract?
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3. Rex wrecks his car in a collision with Collison. Much later, in a negligence lawsuit, the jury determines that the accident was 67% Rex’s fault and 33% Collison’s fault. Rexwill be able to recover somedamages if he lives in a state that follows… 1. Roger has created an energy drink that he hopes will become popular, and he wants to protect his intellectual property. Specifically, he wants to protect the drink's "secret formula", or recipe, and he also wants to protect his logo, which is a cartoonish drawing of a stick man with steam blowing out of his ears. Which of these things will Roger probably be able to trademark ? 2. In the featured case Leonard v. PepsiCo, recall that Leonard saw a television ad in which a student landed a Harrier Jet at his high school, and a subtitle indicated that the cost of the jet was "7 million Pepsi Points". The plaintiff then sought to acquire 7 millionPepsi Points and to require Pepsi to hand over the plane. The appellate court decided that… A. Pepsi had not made an offer, and no contract existed.B. Leonard had not accepted the offer, and no contract existed.C. There was no consideration to support deal, so no contract existed.D. A contract existed, and Pepsi was obligated to acquire a Harrier Jet for Leonard.E. A contract existed, and Leonard was entitled to damages but not a Harrier Jet.
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