Guest: Jeppa - 2011-11-04 13:36:30
When receiving the clarifications from mr. Bergsten I found it strange that he commented on the issues the problem was intended to involve. He wrote:
"You will find that not all of the questions asked were answered. In a few cases the questions could have been relevant to a possible argument, such as whether the damages claimed were proportional to the contract price and some questions that would have given rise to issues of mitigation. However, those were possible issues that the Problem was not intended to raise. There is enough for you to think about already." (emphasis added)
Does this mean that we are not supposed to consider the two questions at all? Will there be submitted a procedual order no. 3 regarding this intricate piece of information?
Guest: Answer - 2011-11-14 22:17:18
Professor Bergsten wrote the problem.
Follow P.0 2 and the statements that he made.
Therefore, regarding your question, no do not waste space addressing those two issues.