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Each student is to write a brief but complete response to the assigned case questions using the below IRAC method of legal analysis (also discussed in Chapter 3 of the text). IRAC method: Issue, Rule, Analysis & Conclusion.
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***MUST USE IRAC METHOD***
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Your case problem answers must be submitted in Microsoft Word file format.
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Your answer must be typed in 12 point Times New Roman font, single spaced, with double spacing between paragraphs/sections/section headings, with spacing set to 0pt between lines. The page margins must be set at 1 inch all around. These are relatively simple formatting settings in Word. If you don’t know how to do these settings, then you can find numerous tutorials explaining these settings using Google.
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You must write professionally and use complete sentences, proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
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You must put bolded headings into the paper setting out each section – Issue, Rule, Application, Conclusion.
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You must put your name at the top of the paper or in a heading. Failing to put your name on the paper will result in automatic deduction of 5 points from your grade.
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Case Question # 1:
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Sally is a former college athlete and a recent graduate. She is very entrepreneurial, and has decided that rather than work for someone else she is going to run her own gym. She purchases a building in Nacogdoches and opens “Sally’s Gym.” She operates the gym herself and is the only trainer at the gym.
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At Sally’s gym people can do training programs with Sally, and there are also “open gym” times during which members can come to the gym and train on their own. One day Sally is training a client right before 6:00 p.m., the time that her gym closes for open gym time. By the time she is finished with the client’s workout, it is 6:30 and she is ready to go home. Her usual process before going home is that she cleans each gym locker room to make sure they are ready for the next day. However, today she decides to just head home and wait until the morning to clean the locker rooms.
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She sticks her head inside both the men’s and women’s locker rooms and shouts “Anyone here? I’m about to close things down, so you need to leave and go home!” She doesn’t hear a response, so she turns off the lights and heads home.
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Because Sally did not go through and clean each locker room, there are two facts that she is not aware of:
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Someone had spilled a large bottle of shampoo in the floor of the men’s locker room and did not clean it up. Thus, there is a large puddle of slippery shampoo in the locker room.
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Bill, a member of Sally’s Gym, was hiding in a stall of the men’s locker room. He has a pair of bolt cutters, and his plan is to cut the locks off the full lockers and steal anything of value.
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After Sally turns off the lights and leaves, Bill exits the bathroom stall to implement his theft plan. However, since it is dark, he first has to find the light switch so he can see what he is doing. As he is groping in the dark for the light switch, Bill slips on the puddle of shampoo left on the floor and hits his head on one of the sinks in the bathroom. The impact knocks him unconscious, and he is unable to get up and leave the bathroom during the night. Sally finds him the next morning and calls 911. Bill is taken to the hospital to have his injuries treated, and is also arrested.
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Bill ends up having a serious brain injury that causes him long term medical problems. He sues Sally for his injuries, alleging negligence. The basis of his suit is that Sally had a duty to keep the locker room clean of spills, and her failure to do so caused his injuries. Evaluate whether or not Bill’s claim will be successful.

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