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1. If the court had accepted Chauvin’s claim that Mills’s funds represented an investment, would the result in this case have been different? Explain.
2. Do the facts in this case support the court’s conclusion that Mills took Chauvin’s note as an HDC? Why or why not?
3. How did Mills’s status as an HDC affect Chauvin’s asserted defense?
4. In whose favor did the court ultimately rule? Why?
Plaintiff, Gregory Mills, and defen-dant, Robert Chauvin, are two expe-rienced attorneys who shared both a friendship and a professional/ business relationship. Those longstanding rela-tionships deteriorated and gave rise to this action.



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