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Question 1

Equitable relief is a term which:

Question 2

Compared to a trial, mediation is usually:

Question 3

The best way to collect information from your opposing party in mediation would be to:

Question 4

Suzie Lightening is a dancer whose name is her main form of advertising. Recently, she discovers that a song makes frequent use of her name in the lyrics, and is in fact called "Suzie Lightening." As it stands, one cannot copyright a name or a title. Seeking to change this she files a suit against the artist's estate (the artist has passed away). Suzie wants to (A) stop this song from being played or sold, (B) receive monetaryy damages for harm already done to her reputation, and (C) establish the ability to copyright her name and prevent others from using it in the future. Which of these can NOT be achieved if she settles the case through mediation.

Question 5

In which of the following situations is mediation least appropriate?