GRIMSHAW v. FORD MOTOR COMPANY
Facts: Cobalt seems like the Pinto all over again.
Issue: Is Ford entitled to a judgement notwithstanding the verdict on the issue of punitive
malice how does the court define it?
MEMORANDUM MOOT 1
FORD MOTOR COMPANY V. JANET DIMAGGIO
Ford Motor Company v. Janet Dimaggio decided by the Ohio Supreme Court, involved
the collision of a 1993 Lincoln Town Car in which the plaintiff, John, and Janet D
COSTA v. BOSTON RED SOX
809 N.E.2d 1090 (2004)
Facts: The two parties in this case is Costa (plaintiff) and the Boston Red Sox (defendants). The
plaintiff was struck in the face by a line drive foul ball hit by a Red Sox player.
Holden v. Heinrich Optical, Inc.
Wednesday, September 7, 2016
Group: McCulloch v. Maryland
Members: Sharan Sadhwani, Thomas Petridis, Rachel Jaeger
Holden v. Heinrich Optical, Inc.
The plaintiff has requested a re-trial due
GB 110-010 (Salimbene)
14 November 2016
Bobby Blue, by Patricia Blue, Parent v. The Town of Lincoln
On behalf of The National Headache Foundation
Patricia Blue, a parent, registered her son, Bobby Blue for football activities wi
JACOB & YOUNGS v. KENT
230 N.Y. 239, 129 N.E. 889, 1921 N.Y. 828, 23 A.L.R. 1429
Facts: The two parties of this case are Jacob & Youngs, the plaintiff, and the Kent, the
defendant. The plaintiff builds a house for the defendant
COMMONWEALTH v. BARNETT WELANSKY
55 N.E.2d 902 (Mass. 1944)
Facts: The defendant is an owner and operator of a nightclub. The plaintiff being
commonwealth, charged and convicted the owner of involuntary manslaughter based on
2 November 2016
The New Story of Business
By: Edward Freeman
During his speech, Dr. Freeman discusses the huge debate there currently is about the
term business ethics, stating that many see it as a contradiction a create a mock
HAMER v. SIDWAY
124 N.Y. 538, 27 N.E. 256, 1891 N.Y. 1396
Facts: The two parties in this case are Hamer, the plaintiff, and Sidway, the defendant. The
defendant stated that if the plaintiff would have refrained from drinking, us
NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS v. SEBELIUS
132 S. Ct. 2566; 183 L. Ed. 2d 450 (2012)
Facts: The two parties in this case consist of the National Federation of Independent Business
(plaintiff) and the Unites States D
Injured setting up a machine.
Files a motion on theories of negligent design and manufacture and
breach of warranty (Holden v. Heinrich Optical, Inc.)
MacPHERSON v. BUICK MOTOR CO.
161 A.D. 906 145 N.Y.S. 1132 1914 N.Y. App. Div.
Facts: The two parties in this case is MacPherson (Plaintiff) versus Buick Motors Co. (Defendant).
The plaintiff bought a car from the dealer that ha
SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION v. TEXAS GULF SULPHUR CO.
401 F.2d 833
Facts: The two sides of this case are two officers, employees or were closely tied to employees
of Texas Gulf were defendants. The plaintiff in this case
Sharan Sadhwani, Collin Simpson, Thomas Petridis, Rachel Jaeger
Volkswagen: Company Profile
1. What is the URL for the company's website? (Sharan)
2. Company ranking on the Fortune 500? What were the companys revenues?
MASTONDREA v. OCCIDENTAL HOTELS MANAGEMENT S.A.
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, APPELLATE DIVISION
918 A.2d 27 (2007)
Facts: The two parties in this case consist of Amanda Mastondrea (plaintiff) and The Hotel Royal
UNITED STATES v. PARK
22 Ill.131 S. Ct. 296, 178 L. Ed. 2d 194 (2010)
Facts: A food corporation and its CEO (defendants) were convicted by the United States
regarding the conditions in which the corporation warehouse its goods.
UNITED STATES v. BROWN UNIVERSITY
F.3d 658 (3d Cir. 1993)
Facts: The two parties in this case consist of The Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of
Justice (plaintiff) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (defenda
LIRIANO v. HOBART CORPORATION
170 F.3d 264 (2d Cir. 1999)
Facts: The two parties in this case were Liriano (Plaintiff) and Hobart Corporation (Defendant).
The Plaintiffs hand was caught in a meat grinder while he was working. He
GB110 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS
F.P. Salimbene, JD, LLM
Texts and Materials:
The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business (Wolters Kluwer, 2014), Ferrera et al.
Case Supplement (Handout)
Other cases and materials will occasionally
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
1) Identify the legislation that created the agency and when it was passed. Who was the
president who signed the legislation?
LUCY v. ZEHMER
196 Va. 493, 84 S.E.2d 516 (1954)
Facts: The two parties in this case are Zehmer, the defendant, and Lucy, the plaintiff. Zehmer
wrote a contract to sell land on a napkin and when Lucy tried to enforce it. The def
Mr. Chief Justice and May it please the court, I am Sharan Sadhwani, and along with my
co-council (Collin Simpson, Rachel Jaeger, and Thomas Petridis) represent Janet
I will address the first question whether the trial court w
LORILLARD TOBACCO COMPANY, ET AL v. THOMAS REILLY, ATTORNY GENERAL OF
533 U.S. 525 (2001)
Facts: The two parties in this case consist of Lorillard Tobacco Company (plaintiff), and Attorney
General of Massachusetts
PALSGRAF v. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD CO.
248 N.Y. 339, 162 N.E. 99 (1928)
Facts: The two sides of this case is the plaintiff being Palsgraf vs. the defendant (The Long Island
Railroad Co.) The plaintiff was standing on a railroad pl
DELLA PENNA v. TOYOTA MOTOR SALES, USA, INC.
902 P.2d 740 (1995)
Facts: Della Penna (Plaintiff) is a distributor of automobiles. Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
(Defendant) made a policy whereby no United States Toyota dealer c
DONAHOE v. RODD ELECTROTYPE CO.
Mass. Sup. Jud. Ct., 328 N.E.2d 505 (1975)
Facts: The two parties in this case is a stockholder of Rodd Electrotype Co., Harry Rodd, the
defendant, maneuvered the closely held corporation into rep