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John Grisham/Testamentary Capacity
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A 5 page research paper that takes the form of a legal memorandum concerning the fictional case that forms the basis for John Grisham's The Testament. The writer argues that the case for Phelan's legitimate children against the illegitimate daughter, to whom he left his billions, citing case law. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: khtstcap.wps

Laytime; The Calculation And Conditions Surrounding the its Use and Calculation
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This 22 page paper looks at the maritime issue of laytime as seen in charterparty contracts. The way it is calculated and what will and will not count as laytime is discussed with reference to actual arbitration's and contracts. The bibliography cites 9 sources.
Filename: TElaytim.wps

Legal Brief / U.S. Supreme Court Decision # 3
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New York Times v. United States 403 U.S. 713 (1991). Primary issue is whether or not the government has the privilege of enjoining the press prior to publications whenever it feels that national security is at stake.
Filename: Legalbr3.wps

Legal Brief / U.S. Supreme Court Decision # 5
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Texas v. Johnson, 491 U.S. 397, 109 S.Ct. 2533, 105 L.Ed.2d 242, Argued in 1989. From case : Since the State of Texas conceded that the actions of burning the flag were expressive conduct, the Court had to decide whether the State's regulation of flag burning related to suppression of free speech in order to determine which standard to apply. Then the Court had to decide whether the State had an interest in regulating the speech which overrode the First Amendment protections.
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Legal Case Analysis
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In 5 pages, the author discusses a legal case scenario using Lyle v. Durham. A memo was created using the facts of the case to make a summation and a judgement concerning the case of Todd v. Gardner. It was decided whether the defendant or the plaintiff in the case was legally the rightful owner of the engagement ring. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Legalc.wps

Legal Memo / N.J. Supreme Court Decision # 1a
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Henningsen v. Bloomfield Motors Memo reviews and analyzes an key 1960 New Jersey Decision regarding manufacturer and dealer liability. Rather than strictly adhering to the fact that a sales contract was signed, the Court in this case looked at the predicament in which a buyer is placed when involved in such a large, technical purchase as an automobile. The court also examined marketing philosophy and the media used to advertise to better decide whether or not the defendants could truly be relieved of the responsibilities that the contract as claimed.
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Legal Memo / N.J. Supreme Court Decision # 1b
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Broken down into sections, this is essentially a shorter version of Legalme2.wps, in which the analyst looks at legal issues and social policy to ultimately justify the Court's decision in this particular case.
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Legal Memorandum
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This 11 page paper is an example of a legal memorandum for a fictitious case involving Royal Imperial Mutual Alliance Consolidated Insurance and an insured motorist. This legal memorandum applies Indiana State laws to the issue of uninsured motorists in the family of insured motorists, and supports the clients supposition of a prevailing judgment action against the insured. No bibliography.
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