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The Supreme Court And The New Equity, Samuel L. Bray May 2015

The Supreme Court And The New Equity, Samuel L. Bray

Vanderbilt Law Review

The line between law and equity has largely faded away. Even in remedies, where the line persists, the conventional scholarly wisdom favors erasing it. Yet something surprising has happened. In a series of cases over the last decade and a half, the U.S. Supreme Court has acted directly contrary to this conventional wisdom. These cases range across many areas of substantive law-from commercial contracts and employee benefits to habeas and immigration, from patents and copyright to environmental law and national security. Throughout these disparate areas, the Court has consistently reinforced the line between legal and equitable remedies, and it ...


Separation Of Powers And The Scope Of Federal Equitable Remedies, Robert F. Nagel Jan 1978

Separation Of Powers And The Scope Of Federal Equitable Remedies, Robert F. Nagel

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