Case Brief For Robert Mccart And June Mccart Defendants Appellants V H R Block Inc Essays and Term Papers

  • Case Brief of Mccart V. Block

    Brief of McCart v H&R Block, Inc. Case Name, Citation, and Court Robert McCart and June McCart, v. H &R Block. Inc. 470 N.E.2d 756; 1984 Ind. App. LEXIS 3039 Court of Appeals of Indiana, Third District Key Facts Mr. McCart opened a tax preparation business and executed a contract with Block...

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  • Torts Briefs

    jy Gray Publishing & Media, Inc. Publishers Copyright © 2005 By Gray Publishing & Media, Inc Torts Keyed to: Prosser, Wade & Schwartz Eleventh Edition Dear Students: Welcome to CasebriefsTM Digital Editions, the original digital briefs. Since 1995, Casebriefs has been published...

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  • Procedure Law Western Australia

    SUPREME COURT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA CIV 966 of 2011 BETWEEN HALLIWELLS PTY LTD (ACN 123 456 789) Plaintiff and JOHNSON & BRETT PTY LTD (ACN 999 000 111) Defendant STATEMENT OF CLAIM (Writ issued 1 July 2011) [assume O69 RSC compliance] 1. The Plaintiff is a company duly incorporated in accordance with...

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  • Appellate Brief Example

    COURT OF F A^ SUPREME COURT CASE NO. 1051361 BARBARA MORRI S N , Plaintiff /Appellant versus PATRICIA T. SPIVEY ET AL, Defendants/Appellees 1 Appeal from the Circuit Court of Henry County , Alabama 1 BRIEF ON BEHALF OF THE PLAINTIFF/APPELLANT , BARB RA ISON Submitted by. ...

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  • Helene Palsgraf

    “Zone of Danger” rule) 1. A duty that is owed must be determined from the risk that can reasonably be foreseen under the circumstances. 2. A defendant owes a duty of care only to those who are in the reasonably foreseeable zone of danger. The court held that the conduct of Long Island Railroad’s...

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  • Finance Manager

    HARRY C. BATCHELDER, JR.,Individually and Derivatively OnBehalf of HONDA MOTOR COMPANY,LTD. and AMERICAN HONDA MOTORCOMPANY, INC.,Plaintiff-Appellant,v.NOBUHIKO KAWAMOTO, YOSHIHIDEMUNEKUNI, HIROYUKI YOSHINO,NOBUYKI MIYATA, KOICHI AMEMIYA,MASAKI IWAI, HIROYUKI SHIMOJIMA,No. 96-56565TAKASHI MATSUDA, KOJI...

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  • Construction Law Cases

    Michael Sanchez NS4874 CMGT 3280-01 Homework #1 Slavin v. Borinstein (1994) The issue in this case is between the plaintiff, Leon Slavin, and the defendant, Joan W. Borinstein. Slavin is suing Borinstein over a dispute that erupted over payments on a construction project that were not received;...

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  • United States V James M Funk

    COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT _________________ X Plaintiff-Appellant, No. 05-3708 > , Defendant-Appellee. N On Remand from the United States Supreme Court. No. 02-00708—James G. Carr, Chief District Judge. Argued: June 23, 2006 Decided and Filed: July 22, 2008 Before: BOGGS, Chief Judge; BATCHELDER...

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  • Miss

    248 N.Y. 339 162 N.E. 99, 59 A.L.R. 1253 (Cite as: 248 N.Y. 339) HELEN PALSGRAF, Respondent, v. THE LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY, Appellant. Court of Appeals of New York. Argued February 24, 1928. Decided May 29, 1928. *339 Negligence Railroads --- Passengers --- Package carried by passenger...

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  • Case Brief Portfolio

    Stewart Professor Michael Sefransky Political, Legal, & Ethical Issues in Business (Axia) MGT/352 March 30, 2007 Final: Case Brief Portfolio Business This case involves a business venture under contract for the construction of a shopping center. If the developer sub contracted the work...

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  • anaylsis

    in which it sets forth its understanding of the tax laws. Finally, the federal courts decide tax cases in which taxpayers contest the government's interpretation of the tax laws. In deciding these cases, the federal courts set forth binding interpretation of what the tax laws provide. All of these...

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  • Trends

    TARASOFF et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA et al., Defendants and Respondents. Docket No. S.F. 23042. Supreme Court of California. July 1, 1976. 429*429 COUNSEL George Alexander McKray for Plaintiffs and Appellants. Robert E. Cartwright, Floyd A....

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  • Insurance Digest

    CORPORATION V NEW INDIA ASSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. [CITATION] QUISUMBING; May 2, 2006 NATURE Petition for review on certiorari FACTS - Societe Francaise Des Colloides loaded a cargo of textiles and auxiliary chemicals from France on board a vessel owned by Franco-Belgian Services, Inc. - The cargo...

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  • Sample Cases

      EVANGELISTA & CO v. ABAD SANTOS (G.R. No. 31684; June 28, 1973) FACTS: On October 9, 1954 a co-partnership was formed under the name of "Evangelista & Co." On June 7, 1955the Articles of Co-partnership was amended as to include herein respondent, Estrella Abad Santos, as industrial partner...

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  • Obligations and Contracts Art. 132401357

    ADELFA PROPERTIES, INC., petitioner,  vs. COURT OF APPEALS, ROSARIO JIMENEZ-CASTAÑEDA and SALUD JIMENEZ, respondents.1 G.R. No. 111238 January 25, 1995 REGALADO, J.: The main issues presented for resolution in this petition for review on certiorari of the judgment of respondent Court of appeals...

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  • Alleged Irregularities in the Actions Between Sellers of Securities and Enron.

    hand. defendants and outline the litigation process. The chapter describes various alternative dispute resolution techniques, such as mediation and arbitration. We conclude with a discussion of discovery, attorney–client privilege, and document retention and deletion policies. How to Read a Case Citation ...

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  • Criminal Law Case Digests

    LAW 109 : CRIMINAL LAW 1 DIGESTS SECRETARY OF JUSTICE v. LANTION [322 SCRA 160 (2000)] Nature: Petition for review of a decision of the Manila RTC Facts: On June 18, 1999 the Department of Justice received from the Department of Foreign Affairs a request for the extradition of private respondent Mark...

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  • R. V G R. V R House of Lords 16 October 2003

    Page1 R. v G R. v R House of Lords 16 October 2003 Case Analysis Where Reported [2003] UKHL 50; [2004] 1 A.C. 1034; [2003] 3 W.L.R. 1060; [2003] 4 All E.R. 765; [2004] 1 Cr. App. R. 21; (2003) 167 J.P. 621; [2004] Crim. L.R. 369; (2003) 167 J.P.N. 955; (2003) 100(43) L.S.G. 31; Times, October...

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  • First Amendment (Expression)

    (EXPRESSION) The following discussion is a brief overview of the area and not intended to be an exhaustive study of the first amendment! Certain cases have been made available with excerpts to help explain this area. You are not required to access any of the cases. Over the years the Court has developed...

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  • Commercial Transactions (Contracts)

    Unit 3 Individual Project – Commercial Transactions (Contracts) By: Robert Isabell BUS255-1005A-07: Fundamentals of Business Law Instructor: Ginger Patton-Schmitt American InterContinental University November 28, 2010 Introduction In this assignment, we are to write an executive summary dealing...

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