Materials given you - ALWAYS START HERE FIRST
From a secondary source to an article:
Raymond L. Veldman, Letter of Intent - Look Before You Leap, 9(5) M&A Lawyer (2005). [Westlaw Edge]
To a case:
In footnotes there are citations to cases,such as footnote 3 which cites to a case finding language of a letter of intent not to be a binding contract: Giverny Gardens Limited Partnership, et.al. v. Columbia Housing Partners Limited Partnership, et.al., 2005 U.S. App. LEXIS 9236 (May 26, 2005).
From a case not in your jurisdiction:
Giverny Gardens Limited Partnership, et.al. v. Columbia Housing Partners Limited Partnership, et.al., 147 Fed. App'x 443 (6th Cir. 2005).
To a secondary source:
Using Lexis Advance Shepard's Other Citing Sources find - Browning Jeffries, "Preliminary Negotiations or Binding Obligations? A Framework for Determining the Intent of the Parties
To cases in your jurisdiction:
Using WestLaw Edge, if you look at the the first headnote Contracts 95k25 (key number), click on the key number and change the jurisdiction to Ohio - find "Schlaegel v. Howell, 42 N.E.3rd 771 (2015)" and others.
From a case in your jurisdiction:
Schlaegel v. Howell, 42 N.E.3rd 771 (2015)
To more cases in your jurisdiction
Using WestLaw Edge - skim the headnotes and take notes on which ones deal with issues you are interested in, such as #9 - click Citing References - click cases (on the right) - look for headnote #9 and find - "Uszak v. AT & T Mobility Services LLC, 658 Fed.Appx. 758, 764, 6th Cir.(Ohio)."
* Hat tip: Jennifer Cupar