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This eagerly-awaited revision of <b>Modern American Remedies</b> continues to examine the overarching policy themes and principles behind remedies law, with unmatched quality and effectiveness.<p class=copymedium> The casebook retains the characteristics that made it the bestseller in the field: <li class=copymedium> outstanding authorship by the widely respected teacher and scholar Douglas Laycock <li class=copymedium> an effective analytical approach structured around general remedial principles; never presents remedies as a compendium of prescriptions for various substantive wrongs <li class=copymedium> balanced coverage of both public and private law, emphasizing their remedial similarities as well as their differences <li class=copymedium> doctrine, fairness, corrective justice, and economic efficiency as competing and often reinforcing approaches; keeps the economics accessible to all <li class=copymedium> logical organization around the basic remedial choices <li class=copymedium> effective cases-and-notes pedagogy, refined in each edition</ul> <p class=copymedium>Be sure to notice these new and improved features of the Third Edition: <li class=copymedium> completely updated notes and illustrations <li class=copymedium> extensive new note material in areas of rapid development, such as governmental immunities and tort reform <li class=copymedium> reorganized material on structural injunctions is both more concise and more current <li class=copymedium> more focused material on restitution, incorporating major new scholarship <li class=copymedium> major new cases: United States v. Virginia, Lewis v. Casey, and Missouri v. Jenkins, and a note on United States v. Microsoft, all on structural injunctions; Glendale Federal Savings v. United States, on the frontiers of restitution; BMW, Inc. v. Gore on punitive remedies; International Union, United Mine Workers v. Bagwell on contempt of court; Alexander v. Sandoval, on implied rights of action; FEC v. Akins, on private initiation of administrative remedies</ul>
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Book Description Aspen Pub, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0735564302