Starter Sportswear had a license to manufacture and sell satin professional team jackets marketed as “authentic” because they were styled in the manner of jackets actually worn by the members of the various teams. A Starter policy statement provided that it would sell only to retailers that carry a representative amount of Starter’s full line of jackets. Starter also had a minimum order policy specifying that it wouldn’t deal with retailers who sought quantities beneath that minimum order. Trans Sport, a retailer, began selling Starter jackets to other retailers who did not meet Starter’s requirements. At that point, Starter declined to deal further with Trans Sport. Trans Sport then sued Starter.
a. List Trans Sport’s claims against Starter.
b. Resolve those claims, raising all the relevant issues.

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