Person who makes an offer.
Contract of a producer to sell its entire production or output to a buyer.
Agreement among creditors that each shall accept a partial payment as full payment in consideration of the other creditors doing the same.
Promise that in fact does not impose any obligation on the promisor.
Stipulation or prerequisite in a contract, will, or other instrument.
Statute that restricts the period of time within which an action may be brought.
Goods have arrived, are available for pickup, and buyer is notified.
Provision in a contract stating that one of the parties shall not be liable for damages in a case of breach; also called an exculpatory clause.
Release or relinquishment of a known right or objection.
Malicious making of false statements as to a seller’s title.
Written defamation about a product of service.
Agreement between two or more persons to commit an unlawful act.
Marshall v. Gipson Steel, Inc.,
The decision of the trial courts was reversed. The courts held in favor of the Marshall Brothers. The sale, distribution, and marketing of “The Marshall Program” are legal.
The court issues a permanent injunction, as the Lexicon appropriates too much of Rowling’s creative work for its purpose as a reference guide.
Lindows.com has presented sufficient evidence to rebut the presumption of validity of the Windows mark (as a descriptive trademark), thus the Court denies the motion for a preliminary injunction.
McCarthy’s right to specific performance is unaltered by Tobin’s execution of a purchase and sale agreement with the DiMinicos. The judgment is vacated. The case is remanded to the Superior Court for the entry of a judgment in favor of McCarthy’s claim for specific performance.
The Court decided that McNamee’s statements were to be protected under Rule 56. According to this rule, statements made to government agencies as a part of ongoing proceedings are entitled to absolute immunity.
The railroad is not liable for the injuries that Helen Palsgraf incurred from the parcel.
United States v. Park