Assn 2-Legal Writing And Research

From: Boss Partner

To: Newbie

Date: 01/04/YR01

Re: Smith v. Johnson

 

Hi. I hope you’re settled in and that you like the office we’ve assigned to you.

Listen, about the Johnson case that I wrote you about the other day…

 

I had a very interesting conversation with a friend of mine who also practices law

here in Fresno. I told her all about the Johnson case and she told me that she heard that

there was a case in the federal district court for the Eastern District of California that had

many similar facts to our case. She tells me she thinks it discussed jurisdiction,

intellectual property issues and defamation which are all seemingly relevant to our case.

 

Unfortunately, my friend forgot the name of the case although she thinks it was

also about the publication of a website called something-“exposed” and a movie that was

made about some high-profile murders. In any case, I’d love to go search for it but I have

to prepare for my court hearing next Wednesday and I just don’t have the time.

 

Please do me a favor and:

 

– Find the case that my friend was talking about; and – Brief it formally in a way that will allow me to refer to it in the most useful

manner.

 

I know you’ve been given a copy of “Legal Research, Analysis and Writing” by

Hames and Ekern and I certainly expect that you will refer to their method in most

effectively briefing this case for me.

 

Thank you very much.

 

B. Partner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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