Write a brief summary of the relevant facts, eliminating those that are not relevant to the court’s analysis.

When faced with an event that has legal consequences (the facts), your goal is to understand the problem the court faced (the issue); the relevant law the court used to solve it (the rule); how the court applied the rule to the facts (the application or “analysis”); and the outcome (the conclusion).Facts: Write a brief summary of the relevant facts, eliminating those that are not relevant to the court’s analysis. For example, a business’s street address is probably not relevant to a court’s decision of the issue of whether the business that sold a defective product is liable for the resulting injuries to the plaintiff. However, suppose a customer who was assaulted as she left its store is suing the business. The customer claims that her injuries were the reasonably foreseeable result of the business’s failure to provide security patrols. If the business is located in an upscale neighborhood, then perhaps it could argue that its failure to provide security patrols is reasonable. If the business is located in a crime-ridden area, then perhaps the customer is right. Instead of including the street address in the case brief, you may want to simply describe the type of neighborhood in which it is located.Issue: What is the legal question which must be answered? What are the parties fighting about, and what are they asking the court to decide?Rule(s): What legal authorities (case law, statute, regulation, ordinance) govern the question which must be answered. There may be more than one relevant rule of law to a case: for example, in a negligence case in which the defendant argues that the plaintiff assumed the risk of harm, the relevant rules of law could be the elements of negligence, and the definition of “assumption of risk” as a defense.Application/Analysis: How are the legal rules applied to the facts of the case? The court will have to examine the facts in light of the rule and consider all “sides” and arguments presented to it. What does the court consider to be a relevant fact given the rule of law? How does the court interpret the rule: for example, does the court consider monetary costs of providing security patrols in weighing the burden of preventive measures?Conclusion: What is the answer to the legal question(s) which must be answered?
The fact pattern listed below is what must be analyzed using the IRAC method. It has at least one legal issue. If there is more than one, you can pickthe issue you want to analyze or address them all. Please assume the facts are correct; however,if the rule and its application require further details or facts not stated, you can note that inyour analysis.
1. CompWare, Inc., which is headquartered in San Francisco, California, is one of the leadingsoftware manufacturers in the United States. The company invests millions of dollars in researchand development of new software applications and computer games, which are sold worldwide.CompWare routinely purchases some of the materials necessary to produce its computer gamesfrom Supptex, Inc., a New York firm.Supptex is looking to expand and has been trying to convince one of CompWare’s key employees,Melissa Gorbhan, to come to work for Supptex. Supptex knows that Gorbhan has a writtenemployment contract with CompWare, which Gorbhan would breach if she left CompWarebefore the contract expired. Gorbhan goes to work for Supptex, and the departure of its keyemployee causes CompWare to suffer substantial losses due to delays in completing newsoftware. In addition, CompWare learns from a reliable source that Supptex paid Gorbhan asubstantial sum to obtain a copy of its list of start-up companies CompWare was consideringinvesting in.
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