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Lim v. The.TV Corp. International,

1. What are the Facts of the case; 2. Issues of Law decided by the court; 3. Procedural history of the case; 4. Holdings, or rulings, made by the court; 5. Legal Reasoning, or rationale, given by the court for its rulings. Look for each of these components when you read the case. Sometimes they are easy to find, and sometimes they are not. It all depends on the judge who wrote the decision for the court.

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im v. The.TV Corp. International, 99 Cal.App.4th 684, 121 Cal.Rptr.2d 333 (2d Dist. 2002)

1. What are the Facts of the case; 2. Issues of Law decided by the court; 3. Procedural history of the case; 4. Holdings, or rulings, made by the court; 5. Legal Reasoning, or rationale, given by the court for its rulings. Look for each of these components when you read the case. Sometimes they are easy to find, and sometimes they are not. It all depends on the judge who wrote the decision for the court
Lim v. The.TV Corp. Int'l,
99 Cal.App.4th 684 (2002);
Facts of the case: The registration of the name Golf.tv was offered for auction from the website of The TV Corporation International. The TV Corporation International intended to transfer the Golf.tv domain name to the person or entity that submitted the highest bid. The TV ...

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