This essay focuses on the court’s ruling.You should re-read the entire opinion before beginning this assignment. Do not copy the language of the case opinion. Use the full court opinion, not the abridged opinion in the book.
Using the full case opinion of Gerber & Gerber, P.C. v. Regions Bank , set forth in your own words a summary of the court’s ruling based on the facts on each of the issues in the case, which you have previously summarized. In other words, for each of the issues that were identified in the word doc I have preovided., you must summarize the court’s ruling on that issue based on the facts of the case. You should re-read the entire opinion before beginning this assignment. Do not copy the language of the case opinion. Use the full court opinion, not the abridged opinion in the book. Simple agreement is not enough — you must provide comments and your opinion of their review of the court’s ruling.
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