follow-up to the “Ms. Lear” scenario. Mr. Ring wants you to write a few pieces of correspondence on his behalf (and for his signature):
This assignment is a follow-up to the “Ms. Lear” scenario. Mr. Ring wants you to write a few pieces of correspondence on his behalf (and for his signature):
(a) a demand letter directed to the Insure-all Corporation, 123 Main Street, Dover, Delaware 012345;
(b) a transmittal email to opposing counsel (Ms. Lucille Flabbergast), with whom Mr. Ring has worked occasionally over the course of the past nine years; and
(c) a letter to Ms. Lear about the current status of her case.
1. All three pieces of correspondence should be written in accordance with the recommended resources provided in the Week 7 Contents, and bundled together into a single packet; they should be prepared
You will use statutory and case law as you craft the demand letter. You will do likewise as you anticipate and answer questions in the client update letter. To those ends, you need to parse through the statutes and you should also brief the case(s) you will use in those letters. Then, you have to carefully think about how to best present the information you have in a way that will be logical and understandable to both sorts of recipients: (a) a corporation that regularly deals with legal subjects, and (b) a lay-person. In addition, you will write a more informal email to a colleague. Beware though: ethical matters could pose a hazard. This week’s assignment is deceptively challenging.