Robert stopped his motorcycle, ran back to the scene of the accident, and held Dianna’s head out of the water-filled ditch. In addition, Dianna suffered from a fractured pelvic bone, a fractured left elbow, and a lacerated spleen, which had to be removed. At the time of the trial, Dianna had undergone seven surgeries, she had taken more than 6,800 pills, and her medical expenses totaled more than $368,000.Clancy called 911, and when the paramedics arrived, Dianna was taken to the hospital. Furthermore, Dianna’s medical expenses and challenges continue and are expected to continue indefinitely. Lexis 2576 (Court of Appeals of Indiana) Buyer in the Ordinary Course of Business Mike Thurmond operated Top Quality Auto Sales, a used car dealership.Within its structured environment, students practice what they learn, test their understanding, and pursue a personalized study plan that helps them better absorb course material and understand difficult concepts.NOTE: You are purchasing a standalone product; My Business Law Lab does not come packaged with this content.When ICE refused to release the lien on the truck, the Aldersons sued ICE to obtain title to the truck. Lexis (Court of Appeals of Indiana) Liquidated Damages The Trump World Tower is a seventy-two-story luxury condominium building Cem Uzan and Hakan Uzan, brothers and Turkish billionaires, each contracted to purchase two condominium units on the top floors of the building.The Aldersons asserted that Chrisman, and then they, were buyers in the ordinary course of business and therefore acquired the truck free of ICE’s financing statement. that was being constructed at 845 United Nations Plaza in Manhattan, New York.If this were true, then PSC would become an unsecured creditor in Keystone’s bankruptcy proceeding. The society formed the Maricopa Foundation for Medical Care (Foundation), a nonprofit Arizona corporation. The West Coast Steel Company replies by e-mail that it has available the required 10 tons of steel and quotes $450 per ton.Is the financing statement filed in the debtor’s trade name, rather than in its corporate name, effective? Approximately 1,750 doctors, who represent 70 percent of the practitioners in the country, belong to Foundation. The Little Steel Company’s purchasing agent replies by e-mail that the Little Steel Company will purchase the 10 tons of described steel at the quoted price of $450 per ton.
(PSC), entered into an agreement whereby it extended credit to Keystone Consolidated Industries, Inc., and took back a security interest in personal property owned by Keystone. Lexis 5 (Supreme Court of the United States) E-Mail Contract The Little Steel Company is a small steel fabricator that makes steel parts for various metal machine shop clients.The member doctors agreed to abide by this fee schedule when providing services to patients. The West Coast Steel Company sues the Little Steel Company for damages. Negligence One morning, after working at night, Tim Clancy was driving a Chevrolet S-10 pickup truck on State Road 231. Robert and Dianna Goad, husband and wife, were riding separate motorcycles on the other side of the road.The state of Arizona brought this action against Society and Foundation and its members, alleging price fixing, in violation of Section 1 of the Sherman Act. Clancy’s truck crossed the center line of the road and collided with Dianna’s motorcycle.The collision immediately severed Dianna’s leg above the knee, and she was thrown from her motorcycle into a water-filled ditch at the side of the road.