You should then read and answer the questions posed for the Swift v. Tyson case, and then do the same for the questions posed for the Erie case.
You answer the questions about the Swift case on your own. You answer the questions
about the Erie case in a multiple choice format, receiving feedback about correct
or incorrect responses. You are encouraged to post comments and questions on
your analysis to the list serve and to comment on other students' postings.
Each student is required to answer each question, and is encouraged to comment on other student answers.
After you have answered the questions, you should access to the following commentary by Dean Perritt on each case.
|Audio Only||Slide Presentations|
|Swift v. Tyson||Swift v. Tyson|
|Sampson v. Channell||Sampson v. Channell|
|Klaxon v. Stentor Electric Manufacturing Co.||Klaxon v. Stentor Electric Manufacturing Co.|