(b) Assume that the court decides not to dismiss the complaint described in part “(a)” of this question. Also assume that in the spouses’ lawsuit against BB, the jury, inresponse to a series of interrogatories, found that the damage suffered by the spouses amounted to $1.5 million,but that BB’s recording was not a cause of the policeofficer’s death. Assume further that the children of the two deceased police officers now file a tort claim for wrongful death against BB, alleging, as their parents did, that BB’salbum contributed to the death of their parents. The children have filed a motion asking the court to preclude litigation on the issue of damages and BB has filed a motion asking the court to preclude litigation on the issue of causation. Describe fully how the court should rule oneach of these motions.