Kelo v. City of New London, 843 A.2d 500 (Conn. 2004), petition for cert. granted (U.S. Sept. 28, 2004) (No. 04-108).
What protection does the Fifth Amendment's public use requirement provide for individuals whose property is being condemned, not to eliminate slums or blight, but for the sole purpose of "economic development" that will perhaps increase tax revenues and improve the local economy?
You represent a client in New Jersey who wants to develop and sell a new line of vitamins. Your client wants to sell them, not through retail stores, but through a multi-level pyramid distribution plan. Is this legal in New Jersey? (Ignore any applicable federal laws).
Select 3-4 cases you would read first. Explain your choices.
You are interested in finding cases from any jurisdiction that mentions pyramid distribution/sales systems, or says fraud can take place even though the victim has not in fact been misled or deceived by the unlawful practice. Explain how you restricted your results.