Please prepare a memorandum for me, discussing a brief synopsis of all the all of the issues mentioned above, both jurisdiction and substantive, that are likely to come up in our representation of Jane. I do not need you to analyze these issues in depth at this point or to try to make a determination as to whether Jane will be liable and to whom. All I am looking for at this point is that you determine what issues might be relevant to this case and, for each issue, let me know what the applicable rule is. In other words, what is the plaintiff going to have to show to win on each issue against Jane? As sources for these rules, you can use any applicable California (based on Erie) or federal statute and/or case law. Of course, binding case law is best but nonbinding case law is certainly better than nothing. I believe that the case you briefed last week also mentioned in a footnote an interesting federal statute that is probably applicable to our case. Please discuss that statute as well and whether it may or may not be helpful to Jane, and why.Please discuss each issue separately, including what is the plaintiff is going to have to show to prove that a California court has jurisdiction over Jane, and, for each potential cause of action against Jane, what are the elements that have to be proven. Also discuss any defenses you find that we may want to use on behalf of Jane. Again, at this point I do not expect you to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the case against Jane or her defenses. All I’m looking for is a little lesson on the applicable law that is relevant to our client. Because I’m not looking for in-depth analysis or application to this case, I think that the entire memo could be done in maximum five typed (single spaced, with paragraph breaks) pages or less.
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