Paul v. Dynamo Sporting Goods, Dillon, and Hanson B's Version
When two entrepreneurs clash over women’s sportswear, the spandex flies. Michelle Paul sold her start-up company, Sportslifeware, to Arthur Dillon for $6 million. Dillon paid the first $500,000 at closing, but failed to pay the remaining $5.5 million when it was due. Paul is suing for that sum, but Dillon claims that Paul breached their contract by starting Sportique, a new sportswear company and luring away two of her former employees. Worse, one of the employees brought along the highly confidential customer list—one of Sportslifeware’s most valued assets. Dillon is countersuing for the damage he alleges Paul inflicted when she breached the contract.
The third edition of this popular casefile introduces Internet and social media exhibits, and updates the exhibits for a real world feel. Paul v. Dynamo focuses on motion practice, an expanding portion of all law suits, and frequently the work that resolves a case. Self-encapsulated, with all the legal research participants need included in the book, Paul v. Dynamo teaches students fact-finding, researching, and writing motions.
Table of Contents
MATERIALS FOR B's
STATEMENTS AND CORRESPONDENCE
MOTIONS AND MATERIALS FOR PROGRAM