Legal Memorandum Intentional Torts

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Question Description

Review the fact pattern below and prepare a memo of no less than 2 but no more than five pages to your supervising attorney outlining:

  • The relevant facts
  • All possible tort liability against the client and defenses to the tort claims
  • All possible tort claims the client may have against other parties and any defenses against the client's tort claims

Fact Pattern

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School: Duke University

Attached.

Surname 1
Name:
Instructor:
Course:
Date:
Memorandum of Law
TO:
FROM:
DATE:
RE:

Ruth Cook v. Johns’ family: file no. 158709;

Defendant's potential criminal
liability for intentional tort under
United States law.
John is a young boy staying at Old morphos’ staff quarters. He is 8 years old and his parents
have been working for the company since 2015. On the 24th September 2017, the young boy
pulled a chair behind Ruth Cook; the company’s’ communication officer. As a result, Ruth Cook
felt down and broke her left leg hip. Ruth Cook was quickly admitted to hospital and so far, her
treatment has costed $6700.

Surname 2
Works Cited
National Association of Secondary School Principals (U.S.). A legal memorandum. Reston, Va:
The Association, n.d. Print.
Samborn, Hope Viner and Andrea B Yelin. Basic legal writing for paralegals. Austin: Wolters
Kluwer Law & Business ; New York, NY : Aspen Publishers, 2010. Print.
Statsky, William P. Family law. Clifton Park, NY: Delmar Cengage Learning, 2013. Print.


Surname 1
Name:
Instructor:
Course:
Date:
Memorandum of Law
TO:
FROM:
DATE:
RE:

Ruth Cook v. Johns’ family: file no. 158709;

Defendant's potential criminal
liability for intentional tort under
United States law.
John is a young boy staying at Old morphos’ staff quarters. He is 8 years old and his parents
have been working for the company since 2015. On the 24th September 2017, the young boy
pulled a chair behind Ruth Cook; the company’s’ communication officer. As a result, Ruth Cook
felt down and broke her left leg hip. Ruth Cook was quickly admitted to hospital and so far, her
treatment has costed $6700. Moreover, doctors have confirmed that her hip may not be able to
get back to its normal state. This implies that there is a likelihood that Ruth Cook may be
permanently disabled for the rest of her life. However, Doctors have the option to bring her hip
to its normal state but it will cost about $2 million; an amount of money t...

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Excellent job

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