Remedies: Public and Private
Many sections of Levine, Jung, and Thomas's Remedies: Public and Private include problems for use as written assignments or as the basis for oral discussion. The section on punitive damages has been reorganized and expanded. The teacher's manual includes briefs for every principal case and full treatment of note material. This casebook covers: An introduction to the law of remedies Nature, availability, and scope of injunctions Procedures for formulating, administering, and enforcing the injunction Declaratory judgment Punitive damages Compensatory damages Restitution and restitution remedies Collection of monetary judgments Bars to obtaining relief Attorneys' fees
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Introduction to the Law of Remedies
Where Theres a Right Theres a Remedy?
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