Examples & Explanations: Remedies 3E

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Examples & Explanations: Remedies will be a new student favorite with its tried-and-true E&E format. This problem-oriented guide is designed and organized to complement any major remedies casebook and build student comprehension in a carefully constructed, step-by-step approach. It explains remedies policies and rules, and uses examples to show how lawyers and judges apply the rules to formulate concrete solutions to disputes.

Offering a logical and guided format, this valuable supplemental source for your students:

• covers the areas included in most remedies courses, including damages, injunctions, and restitution, as well as other important topics such as declaratory judgments, punitive damages, and remedial defenses
• builds student understanding step-by-step, moving from the basics to the more complex and allowing students to apply the law to particular fact patterns
• allows students to study chapters in any order
• demystifies the language of remedies using straightforward and student-friendly examples, charts, and illustrations
• shows students how to "do the math" related to issues such as computing compensatory damages, present value, and constructive trusts
• offers compatibility with all major remedies books, including those that approach remedies through public law and those that approach it through private law
• remains the only book in the field to provide both black letter law and examples and answers to build student knowledge; the level of complexity builds as examples continue in each chapter
• discusses major remedies cases (Hadley v. Baxendale; State Farm v. Campbell; Sullivan v. O'Connor), provides detailed coverage of the draft Restatement (Third) of Restitution, and gives detailed analyses of remedies issues under Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781454815501
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 1/15/2013
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 496
  • Sales rank: 782,519
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Summary of Contents

Ch. 1. Read This Chapter First: Why Remedies? What Remedies?

Part I. Compensatory Damages

Ch. 2. Introduction to Damages: Show Me the Money

Ch. 3. Tort Damages

Ch. 4. Contract Damages

Ch. 5. The Unusual: Expectancy Damages in Tort and Reliance Damages in Contract

Ch. 6. Assuring the Rightful Position: A Look at Certainty, Mitigation, Offsetting Benefits, and the Collateral Source Rule Part II. Equitable Remedies

Ch. 7. Injunctions and Other Equitable Remedies: Stop Me Before I Harm (Again)!

Ch. 8. Advanced Topics in Injunctions

Ch. 9. Preliminary Injunctions and Other Preliminary Relief

Ch. 10. Enforcing the Injunction: The Power of Contempt Part III. Restitution

Ch. 11. No Gain, No Pain: Restitution and the Unjust Enrichment Principle

Ch. 12. Unjust Enrichment: Measuring Ill-Gotten Gains and Apportioning Profits

Ch. 13. Advanced Topics in Restitution: Constructive Trusts, Equitable Liens, and Other Restitutionary Remedies

Ch. 14. Rescission and Reformation

Part IV. Other Important Remedies Concepts

Ch. 15. Dishing It Out: Punitive Damages and Their Constitutional Limits

Ch. 16. Declaratory Judgments and Related Remedies

Ch. 17. Help! I Need Somebody: Ancillary Remedies

Ch. 18. Remedial Defenses

Ch. 19. Putting it All Together: Taking a Remedies Exam

Table of Cases

Table of Books and Articles Cited

Table of Statutes, Constitutional Provisions, Restatement Sections, and UCC Provisions


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