What exactly are you looking for? Are you needing jury instructions or are you looking for an explanation of what the law is on your claims.
I am looking for explanations and case law to support my claims... but this document I found (jury instructions) 700.00 on Contract Law seems to have both and can potentially serve me well on both counts (after all jury instruction serves to educate the non-legal-educated jurors on the law in a crash course/summary format... right?) And if we ever get to trial, it will be a resource for me on what the jury will be judging my case on...
This document I found has excellent explanations and case citations on Contract Law and Breach of Contract... (one of the charges against us) but in the introductory paragraph it says, "Employment contract disputes (including Wrongful or Retaliatory Discharge; Intententional Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage; Civil Conspiracy; and Breach of Fiduciary Duty) will be covered by future instructions." And I can NOT find these "future instructions"... perhaps they haven't been added to the site yet? I read where this site and the making public of this jury instruction is all relatively new THIS YEAR...
But if you have any input or another FREE source where I can find these additional jury instruction documents... I would greatly appreciate it.
Also, about to post another question... which should be straightforward to answer... FYI. (and it has been answered so nevermind).
You would be proud as I am doing my due-diligence and really researching everything on my own now... before posting questions... so any questions of mine going forward should be relevant and necessary.
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