It is not enough to find cases containing the search terms. Read the case to make sure it is the context you are looking for.
Example of a court chastising an attorney for quoting something out of context:
"Despite the Court's repeated entreaties to counsel to provide case authority construing the meaning of 'unfairness' under the MCPA . . . counsel for Plaintiffs cited cases . . . which applied a different consumer protection statute—the Illinois Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act—to a set of facts essentially similar to the case at bar." Hibdon v. Safeguard Properties, LLC, 2015 WL 4249525 (July 9, 2015).
(Thanks to Sam Berbano from Westlaw)