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BMI v. Minicom Defendants Version

BMI is seeking damages for a lost shipment of computer chips. BMI, the supplier, claims that the purchaser, Minicom, bore the risk of loss and is seeking to recover for breach of contract.
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BMI is seeking damages for a lost shipment of computer chips. BMI, the supplier, claims that the purchaser, Minicom, bore the risk of loss and is seeking to recover for breach of contract. Minicom claims that BMI's failure to insure the shipment breached the contract causing the loss of past and future profits. This well-balanced file provides ample material for basic and advanced advocacy training with three witnesses for both plaintiff and defendant, including one economics expert for each side.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Stipulations and Pretrial Rulings
Calendar
Materials Available to All Sides

      Complaint
      Answer and Counterclaim
      Reply to Counterclaim and Affirmative Defense
      Request for Admission
      Response to Request for Admission
      Expert Report of Dr. Singell
      Expert Report of Dr. Seligman

Materials Available Only to the Defendant's Law Firm (Minicom's Counsel)
      Deposition of Michael Lubell
      Deposition of Elliot Milstein

Documents Available to All Sides
Exhibits

General Jury Instructions
Jury Instructions Specific to this Case
Verdict Forms