A. RAM Products Co. v. Chauncey
B. World-Wide Volkswage Corp. v. Woodson
C. Parker v. Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
D. Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Company, Inc.
E. Circuit City Stores, Inc. v. Saint Clair Adams
3. Answer the following questions for each case:
- What are the important facts of the case?
- What did the court say about the case?
- What is the legal concept from the chapter discussed in the case?
- How does the court apply the legal concept to the facts of the case?
- What was reason the court gave for its decision?
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