Remedies, Cases and Problems (University Casebooks)

Remedies Cases and Problems University Casebooks The Fourth Edition offers a unique blend of materials rich with problems and provocative cases designed to promote lively class discussion in Remedies The authors have a revised a great book that pres

  • Title: Remedies, Cases and Problems (University Casebooks)
  • Author: Elaine W. Shoben William Murray Tabb Rachel M. Janutis
  • ISBN: 9781599413532
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Fourth Edition offers a unique blend of materials rich with problems and provocative cases designed to promote lively class discussion in Remedies The authors have a revised a great book that preserves the best of the former editions and adds revisions and updates, especially in the areas of Punitive Damages, Tort Reform, Specific Performance, Equitable Defenses, PrelThe Fourth Edition offers a unique blend of materials rich with problems and provocative cases designed to promote lively class discussion in Remedies The authors have a revised a great book that preserves the best of the former editions and adds revisions and updates, especially in the areas of Punitive Damages, Tort Reform, Specific Performance, Equitable Defenses, Preliminary Injunctions and Attorney Fees This law school casebook focuses on the fundamental tools of judicial remedies injunctions, damages, and restitution In addition to providing students with a solid grounding in these basics, the casebook also offers the professor choices about which additional areas to cover in depth The casebook provides separate chapters offering extended coverage of topics such as Specific performance Equitable defenses Contempt Damages in specific subject areas Punitive damages Attorney fees Tort reform and damage caps Jury trial rights Declaratory relief.

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    1. Chapters start off with a really nice summary of the topic, that helps. But the cases were not very helpful, sometimes confusing. Lots of typos. The notes were sometimes helpful, sometimes not.

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