Samuel Biel contracted with Epoxy Coating Services to install an epoxy fl oor at his Sports Bar—the Racing Stripe. Under the contract, Epoxy would charge $6,000 to install the fl oor; there was a one-year warranty on the work. Epoxy Coating subcontracted with Th e Floorings Source for all its materials. When Epoxy began installing the fl ooring, it encountered problems. Epoxy brought in Th e Floorings Source to help. Th ey all tried to correct the problem by installing a new fl oor free of charge. But, the fl oor was never right. Biel sued both Epoxy and Th e Floorings Source for breach of contract, damages, and lost profi ts. a. Was there a valid contract between Biel and Epoxy and Th e Floorings Source? b. Are there any limitations to the damages, if any, that Biel can claim? c. Draft warranty language that would protect or limit Biel’s recovery from Epoxy? Explain in detail your responses.