Ninety-eight homeowners brought action seeking to enjoin as a nuisance the construction and operation of a ready-mix concrete plant on property adjacent to a residential area. Plaintiffs live southwest, west, and east across the highway from the plant. The plant is bounded immediately on the north and south by other business concerns. The trial court found for the plaintiffs. Did the defendant’s operation of a concrete plant in an area zoned for light to general industrial use constitute a nuisance? Why? A law firm sued several of its former associates for damages and to enjoin them from soliciting the firm’s clients. These former associates actively encouraged the older firm’s clients to terminate that relationship and become clients of the new firm. Was this new firm’s conduct tortious? Why or why not? Craig was identified in a newspaper as the father of an illegitimate child. The article dealt with teenage pregnancies, and most of it concerned the unmarried teenage mother. The reporter had talked to Craig but had not sought permission to identify him. Does Craig have a tort case against the newspaper? If so, on what theory? Explain.