Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials, Concise Fourth Edition / Edition 4

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Overview

Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials is known for a strong organization that highlights remedies categories and concepts within daily teaching units of roughly equal length, each focused on a clear central theme. The text achieves a solid balance of public and private law and integrates basic legal and economic information, without letting either dominate the book. Memorable cases and well-written notes offer plenty of information to inform class discussion. An excellent Teachers’ Manual includes daily teaching units, suggested assignment sheets for a variety of courses from 1 to 5 hours, and suggestions for teaching the cases.

Following the same organization, scope of coverage, and daily units as the Fourth Edition, the Concise Fourth features tightly focused notes emphasizing basic principles and central points, with fewer illustrations and fewer collateral issues. The volume of notes has been reduced by more than 35%. The Fourth Edition introduces 36 new principal cases, including: In re September 11th Litigation (on the measure of damages for the destruction of the World Trade Center); eBay v. MercExchange LLC (on the prerequisites to an injunction, or on undue hardship, depending on one’s point of view); Exxon Shipping Co. v. Baker (on the federal common law standard for measuring punitive damages); and Philip Morris USA v. Williams (on the constitutional limits on punitive damages). Substantial reworking of Chapter 8, on restitution, reflects the Restatement (Third) of Restitution and Unjust Enrichment. A thoroughly updated Teachers’ Manual accompanies the text.

Hallmark features:

Strong organization

• remedies categories and concepts clearly defined

• daily teaching units of roughly equal length

• each unit focused on a clear central theme

• Balance of public and private law

• Integrates basic law and economics

• supporting text without dominating the discussion

Memorable cases

Well-written notes

Stimulates and informs class discussion

• Excellent Teachers’ Manual

• daily teaching units

• suggested assignment sheets for a variety of courses from 1 to 5 hours in length

• suggestions for teaching the cases

Thoroughly updated, the revised Concise Fourth Edition presents:

Tightly focused notes

• emphasize basic principles and central points

• fewer illustrations

• fewer collateral issues

Total volume of notes reduced by more than 35%

36 new principal cases

In re September 11th Litigation (on the measure of damages for the destruction of the World Trade Center)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781454812555
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 2/23/2012
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 834
  • Sales rank: 517,798
  • Product dimensions: 7.80 (w) x 10.20 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Summary of Contents

Ch. 1. Introduction

Ch. 2. Paying for Harm: Compensatory Damages

Ch. 3. Punitive Remedies

Ch. 4. Preventing Harm: The Measure of Injunctive Relief

Ch. 5. Choosing Remedies

Ch. 6. Remedies and Separation of Powers

Ch. 7. Preventing Harm without Coercion: Declaratory Remedies

Ch. 8. Benefit to Defendant as the Measure of Relief: Restitution

Ch. 9. Ancillary Remedies: Enforcing the Judgment

Ch. 10. More Ancillary Remedies: Attorneys’ Fees and the Costs of Litigation

Ch. 11. Remedial Defenses

Ch. 12. Fluid Class Remedies

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