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Brief a Law Case - managment (Example)

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Name: Course: Tutor: Date: Issues relating to the torts to be decided There are a number of issues that need attention in the case of Plaintiff Brian Kopeinkin that dated back to February 5th 2012. He being a snow skiing fan reported that the Moonlight Basin ski resort that is located in Madison County in Montana. There are a number of torts that he found to be existing on the skiing location. First of all he reported that the ski resort had tempered with the nature of the skiing ground Upper Elkhorn as a series of unmarked and unnatural deathtraps were present. Secondly the Moonlight Basin ski resort did not issue any warning signs at the Upper Elkhorn had some tract that led to the mountain. The track as they call it cat track was leading to the mountain in such a manner that it sloped in the favor of the ski operator as it is expected of the skier to be responsible in safe skiing and avoiding any improper acts that can result in injuries. Other courts such as the Utah and North Dakota had similar judgmental directories in judging similar cases. The court’s conclusion and the reason behind it After a series of fundamental referencing and judgment the court denied Moonlight’s motion to dismiss. This was because all the facts provided by the offended Mr. Plaintiff were true and that no skier at any given point would ever like to encounter at any given point of their skiing life. It further stated that such cases of unmarked and improperly designed cat track could be maintained through the daily care by the operators. Work CitedErie R. Co. v. Tompkins 304 U.S. 64 58 S. Ct. 817 82 L. Ed. 1188 (1938). [...]

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see attachments please: 1. State the issues only relating to torts to be decided (a restatement of the question is enough) 2. State (briefly) the relevant key facts of the case 3. State and briefly describe the rules of law (all the rules in your own words, not cut and pasted). 4. Present the Court’s analysis of the case (using the facts and rules) 5. State the Court’s conclusion and why.

Subject Area: Law

Document Type: Dissertation

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