Remedies / Richard L. Hasen, Chancellor's Professor of Law and Political Science, University of California, Irvine School of Law.
New York : Wolters Kluwer, 
xix, 476 pages ; 26 cm.
Examples & explanations series.
Formatted Contents Note
Read this chapter first : why remedies? what remedies? Introduction to damages : show me the money Tort damages Contract damages The unusual : expectancy damages in tort and reliance damages in contract Ensuring the rightful position: a look at certainty, mitigation, offsetting benefits, and the collateral source rule Injunctions and other equitable remedies: stop me before I harm (again)! Advanced topics in injunctions Preliminary injunctions and other preliminary relief Enforcing the injunction: the power of contempt No gain, no pain : restitution and the unjust enrichment principle Unjust enrichment: measuring ill-gotten gains and apportioning profits Advanced topics in restitution: constructive trusts, equitable liens, and other restitutionary remedies Rescission and reformation Dishing it out : punitive damages and their constitutional limits Declaratory judgments and related remedies Help! I need somebody: ancillary remedies Remedial defenses Putting it all together : taking a remedies exam.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 467-469) and index.
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