Business Law Ch 1 Solutions 12e
Introduction to Law and
Answers to Questions in the Reviewing Feature
AT THE END OF THE CHAPTER
The automobile manufacturers are the plaintiffs, and the state of California is the defendant.
The plaintiffs are seeking an injunction, an equitable remedy, to prevent the state of California from enforcing its statute restricting carbon dioxide emissions.
3A. Source of law
This case involves a law passed by the California legislature and a federal statute; thus the primary source of law is statutory law.
4A. Finding the law
Federal statutes are found in the United States Code, and California statutes are published in the California Code. You would look in these …show more content…
1-3A. Reading citations (Chapter 1—Pages 16 & 18)
The court’s opinion in this case—Pinard v. Dandy Lions, LLC, 119 Conn.App. 368, 987 A.2d 406 (2010)—can be found in volume 119 of Connecticut Appellate Reports on page 368 or in volume 987 of West’s Atlantic Reporter, Second Series, on page 406. The Appellate Court