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• State v. Papers, Inc. (Hartford County Sup. Ct., Conn. Dec. 8, 1972).
United States v. International Term Papers, Inc., 351 F.Supp. 76, 77 (D.Mass.1972), vacated on other grounds, 477 F.2d 1277 (1st Cir.1973)
Federal civil mail fraud statute, 39 U.S.C. § 3005, did not authorize injunctive relief against a term paper provider, where the persons communicated with were not those intended to be defrauded.
United States v. International Term Papers, Inc., 477 F.2d 1277 (1st Cir.1973)
On appeal, the First Circuit Court of Appeals held that the civil mail fraud statute, 39 U.S.C. § 3005, allows injunctive relief against one who knowingly sends materials to a person who intends to deceive a third party with those materials. The fraudulent transaction need not itself be illegal to permit a postal injunction.
• Trustees of Boston University v. Champion Research Corp., Equity No. 96114 (Super. Ct., Suffolk County, Mass., filed Oct. 19, 1972).
• Trustees of Boston Univ. v. Scherer, No. 27748 (Mass. Sup.Ct. Apr. 14, 1981).
• Kelley v. Write-On, Inc., No. 7476 (Cir. Ct., Washtenaw County, Mich., filed Feb. 23, 1973).
• Board of Trustees of the Ohio St. Univ. v. Term Papers Unlimited, No. 72CV-03-1010 (C.P. Franklin County, Ohio, 1972).
• Bruce Inksetter, No. 997 (Wis. Dept. of Agriculture) (1972).