Boulanger v. Dunkin Donuts
Dunking Donuts and Boulanger signed a contract that Boulanger could not participate in a
similar business activity in a relative distance to Dunkin Donuts. Boulanger was a former
employee of Dunkin Donuts and held the Gene
Carignan v. New Hampshire International Speedway
858 A.2d 536 (N.H. 2004)
On August 23rd, a the Wheeler couple were driving to the racetrack in Loudon. They
were driving an RV and were towing their truck behind it. The track had just instit
Martin v. Bradford Tire, Inc. and Dodge Motor Company
As representation of Bradford Tire, Incorporated, it is evident that Bradfords tire was not
defectively designed and does not qualify for strict product liability. In order for stric
Lott v. Levitt
469 F.Supp.2d 575
In 2005, Steven Levitt and fellow journalist, Stephen Dubner co-authored a book titles
Freakonomics. In one paragraph, they discuss the ideas of another economist, John
Lott Jr. Levitt discusses Lotts ideas
Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad Co.
248 N.Y. 339, 162 N.E. 99 (1928)
Helen Palsgraf was standing on a railroad platform in Long Island. A man with a
package wrapped in Newspaper attempted to board the train. When he lost his balance
Bad Frog Case Brief
134 F.3d 87; 1998 U.S. App. LEXIS 525
Bad Frog Brewing Company is being sued for sensitive labeling of their products. They
are appealing to the U.S. Court of Appeals for a Second Circuit after previously being
1.) Line cost expenses were worldcoms largest single expense yet they only accounted
for about half of their expenses from 1999-2001
2.) GAAP required Worldcom to estimate its line costs each month. This was
represented by an accrual.
3.) It is r
Commonwealth v. Angelo Todesca Corp.
446 Mass. 128, 842 N.E.2d 930.
Brian Gauthier worked as a truck driver for Angelo Todesca Corporation. In 2000,
Gauthier drove an AT-56. In the safety manual, it was required for that the truck have a
In re Aqua Clear Technologies, Inc.
361 Bankr. 567.
Harvey and Barbara Jacobson owned Aqua Clear Technologies, Inc, a Florida business
that installed and serviced home water softening systems. Harvey, an independent
contractor for the compa
Smith v. Redd
593 So. 2d 989
Thomas Calvin Smith joined a business with Gordon Redd entitled Industrial Hardwood
Products. Smith brought in equipment to be used in the company. He also left his other
job to join Redd. When Smith left the co
Garden City Boxing Club, Inc, v. Dominguez
Eastern Division, 2006._F.Supp.2d_
Garden City Boxing, located in San Jose California owned exclusive rights to
prizefights. They sold the rights to their fights to bars for 20 dollars multiplied b
Burlington Industries, Inc. v. Ellerth
Ellerth quits job after 15 years and claims there is sexual assault from Burlington
employer. She claims there was a constructive discharge.
Is the employer liable for their employees harassment?
In regards to the Barry Red v. Mendon Town Football Club, I will be presenting a
concurring opinion in favor of the plaintiff, Barry Red. The release form that Paula Red
signed should be deemed unenforceable because it is not only against public policy bu
Race has been an extremely controversial topic in America over the course of time. In
recent years, there has been a dramatic diminishment in this issue however. Although there has
been significant improvement, the presence of the issue is there though
Over the past few days, I have been reading news articles from two different media
outlets. The first one, a conservative website, is worldnetdaily.com. The other source is
salon.com which is a more left-leaning publisher. Through the study of these two o
At the beginning of Pleasantville, the town is extremely structural and everybody follows
the norms. These norms are dictated by repetitive behavior that over time simply becomes rules.
These norms and repetitive behavior can be hig
During the month of February and the first month of March, my dorm as a whole did not have a
lot of organized gatherings, but I was able to attend two organized meetings and a few non
organized ones. The first meeting I went to was a floor program for Val
Vietnam Antiwar Movement
In 1964, Vietnam attacked a US ship off the coast of North Vietnam. This caused
President Johnson and the United States Military to enter war in Vietnam. At the start, the US
began constant bombings of North Vietnam and was helpin
Support of Defense of Marriage Act.
The defense of marriage act should remain intact for a few main reasons. First off, if gay
marriage was to be allowed and homosexual couples could adopt and receive foster children,
issues would arise. It can be foresee
Windspark Ch. 8
1.) Debits are increases in assets while credits are increases in liabilities. The debits on
the left side should always equal the credits on the right side. What is recorded as
debits and credit differs for assets vs. liabilities and stoc
The Perks of Regionalism
Websters dictionary defines a region as a part of the country or world that is different or
separate from other parts in some way. For example, the White Mountains region of New
Hampshire is different from Miami, Florida because o
Where I Come From
Where I Come From, by Montgomery Gentry implies that regional identity is defined
primarily by cultural and traditional beliefs. That a regions history and tradition define the way
current life should be exercised. This is symbolized thr
Grimshaw v. Ford Motor Company
119 Cal.App.3d 757 (1981)
Mrs. Gray and 13 year old Richard Grimshaw were driving a six month old Ford Pinto
when it suddenly stalled and came to a halt in the middle of the interstate. When they
were rear end
NCR Corp. v. Korala Associates, Ltd.
512 F.3d 807.
National Cash Register Company, (NCR) is a company that specializes in making
mechanical cash registers. In 1914, they developed one of the firs automated credit
systems. NCR also designs A
Heart of Atlanta Motel v. United States
379 U.S. 241, 85 S.Ct. 348, 13 L.Ed.2d 258.
The owner of the Heart of Atlanta Motel refused to accommodate African Americans in
1964. This was a violation of the Civil Rights Act. The owner then broug
George v. Commonwealth of Virginia
51 Va.App. 137, 655 S.E.2d 43.
Dr. Francis H. George owned a medical practice in Virginia. He was withholding
employee salary funds and kept them in the same bank account that he used for his
United States v. Lyons
472 F.3d 1055.
In 1994, Gabriel Sanchez started the First Church for Life (FCL). At the time, there was
no physical place of worship. One of his friends, Timothy Lyons, helped Sanchez
fundraise by setting up six diffe
Griswold v. Connecticut
381 U.S. 479; 85 S. Ct. 1678
Griswold is the Executive Director of the Planned Parenthood League of Connecticut
and also a licensed physician. Under Connecticut law, it is illegal to use contraception.
Those who do a
National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius
132 S. Ct. 2566; 183 L. Ed. 2d 450
In 2010, Congress endorsed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in attempts
to increase the number of citizens covered with health insuranc
Loving v. Virginia
388 U.S. 1; 87 S. Ct. 1817; 18 L. Ed. 2d 1010; 1967 U.S. LEXIS 1082
Mildred and Richard Loving, Mildred being an African American woman and Richard
being a white male, fled Virginia to Washington D.C. to get married. They