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Evolution And Revolution: The Remedial Smorgasbord For Misleading Conduct In Australia, Elise Bant, Jeannie Marie Paterson Jan 2020

Evolution And Revolution: The Remedial Smorgasbord For Misleading Conduct In Australia, Elise Bant, Jeannie Marie Paterson

FIU Law Review

No abstract provided.


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 ...


Disqualifying Defense Counsel: The Curse Of The Sixth Amendment, Keith Swisher Jan 2014

Disqualifying Defense Counsel: The Curse Of The Sixth Amendment, Keith Swisher

St. Mary's Journal on Legal Malpractice & Ethics

Lawyer disqualification—the process of ejecting a conflicted lawyer, firm, or agency from a case—is fairly routine and well-mapped in civil litigation. In criminal cases, however, there is an added ingredient: the Sixth Amendment. Gideon, which is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, effectively added this ingredient to disqualification analysis involving indigent state defendants although it already existed in essence for both federal defendants and defendants with the wherewithal to retain counsel. Once a defendant is entitled to counsel, the many questions that follow include whether and to what extent conflicts of interest—or other misconduct—render that counsel constitutionally ineffective ...


Immunizing Arbitrators From Claims For Equitable Relief, Michael D. Moberly Mar 2012

Immunizing Arbitrators From Claims For Equitable Relief, Michael D. Moberly

Pepperdine Dispute Resolution Law Journal

The article begins with a summary of the historical origins of the judicial and arbitral immunity doctrines. Next, the article discusses the courts' refusal to extend judicial immunity to claims for declaratory, injunctive, or other equitable relief, except perhaps in the case of federal judges. The article then explores the propriety of recognizing a similar limitation in cases construing the arbitral immunity doctrine. The article ultimately concludes that (1) arbitrators should be immune from claims for equitable relief as a matter of policy, and (2) in jurisdictions where that result is currently precluded by existing precedent, a comparable result can ...


More Money, More Problems: How Oklahoma’S Novel Approach To Ponzi Scheme Clawbacks In Oklahoma Department Of Securities Ex Rel. Faught V. Blair Means More Uncertainty For Investors, Elizabeth Blair Wozobski Jan 2012

More Money, More Problems: How Oklahoma’S Novel Approach To Ponzi Scheme Clawbacks In Oklahoma Department Of Securities Ex Rel. Faught V. Blair Means More Uncertainty For Investors, Elizabeth Blair Wozobski

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


“A Considerable Surgical Operation”: Article Iii, Equity, And Judge-Made Law In The Federal Courts, Kristin A. Collins Nov 2010

“A Considerable Surgical Operation”: Article Iii, Equity, And Judge-Made Law In The Federal Courts, Kristin A. Collins

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Relief For Ip Rights Infringement Is Primarily Equitable: How American Legal Education Is Short-Changing The 21st Century Corporate Litigator, Charles E. Rounds Jr. Jan 2010

Relief For Ip Rights Infringement Is Primarily Equitable: How American Legal Education Is Short-Changing The 21st Century Corporate Litigator, Charles E. Rounds Jr.

Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Equitable Subordination, Fraudulent Transfer, And Sovereign Debt, Adam Feibelman Oct 2007

Equitable Subordination, Fraudulent Transfer, And Sovereign Debt, Adam Feibelman

Law and Contemporary Problems

Feibelman focuses on two particular doctrines of lender liability-equitable subordination and fraudulent transfer, expanding upon proposals to employ private domestic law as a strategy for addressing the problem of odious debt. Although doctrines of equitable subordination and fraudulent transfer do not appear to have been applied to sovereign debt by US courts in the past, both should be available to sovereigns' creditors in most if not all US jurisdictions. In addition, he also addresses practical, doctrinal concerns as well as normative implications of employing theories such as equitable subordination and fraudulent transfer to respond to the problem of odious debt ...


Invading An Article Iii Court's Inherent Equitable Powers: Separation Of Powers And The Immediate Termination Provisions Of The Prison Litigation Reform Act, Theodore K. Cheng Jun 1999

Invading An Article Iii Court's Inherent Equitable Powers: Separation Of Powers And The Immediate Termination Provisions Of The Prison Litigation Reform Act, Theodore K. Cheng

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Making Sense Out Of Bankruptcy Courts' Recharacterization Of Claims: Why Not Use § 510(C) Equitable Subordination?, Matthew Nozemack Mar 1999

Making Sense Out Of Bankruptcy Courts' Recharacterization Of Claims: Why Not Use § 510(C) Equitable Subordination?, Matthew Nozemack

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


State Attorney Generals’ Tobacco Suits: Equitable Remedies, Edward Correia, Patricia Davidson Apr 1998

State Attorney Generals’ Tobacco Suits: Equitable Remedies, Edward Correia, Patricia Davidson

Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy

No abstract provided.


The Gains And Losses Of Corrective Justice, Ernest J. Weinrib Nov 1994

The Gains And Losses Of Corrective Justice, Ernest J. Weinrib

Duke Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Municipality Of Anchorage V. Hitachi Cable, Ltd.- Time For Adoption Of A Void Contract Remedy For Alaska Public Contracting Authorities, Sheridan Strickland Dec 1989

Municipality Of Anchorage V. Hitachi Cable, Ltd.- Time For Adoption Of A Void Contract Remedy For Alaska Public Contracting Authorities, Sheridan Strickland

Alaska Law Review

No abstract provided.


Much Ado About Mighty Little - North Carolina And The Application Of The Relative Hardship Doctrine To Encroachments Of Permanent Structures On The Property Of Another, Olivia L. Weeks Jan 1989

Much Ado About Mighty Little - North Carolina And The Application Of The Relative Hardship Doctrine To Encroachments Of Permanent Structures On The Property Of Another, Olivia L. Weeks

Campbell Law Review

This paper presents a legal argument for the application of the relative hardship test in all actions based on the encroachment of permanent structures on the land of another. First, the doctrine of relative hardship is presented. Second, this paper reviews the cases handed down by the North Carolina courts which have applied or discussed the application of the relative hardship test. Finally, this paper recommends the application of the relative hardship test as the most objective standard for determining an appropriate remedy where a mandatory injunction to compel removal is an issue.


Recent Cases, Law Review Staff Jan 1973

Recent Cases, Law Review Staff

Vanderbilt Law Review

Antitrust--Horizontal Territorial Restraint--Allocation of Territories Among Members of Cooperative Purchasing Association Is Per Se Violative of Section 1 of the Sherman Act

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Antitrust--Robinson--Patman Price Discrimination Act--Complaint Charging That Profits Derived from Interstate Sales Were Used To Underwrite Allegedly Discriminatory Intrastate Price-Cutting Practices States a Cause of Action Under Section 2(a)

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Bankruptcy--Corporate Reorganization-Trustee in Reorganization Lacks Standing To Sue Indenture Trustee on Behalf of Debenture Holders

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Constitutional Law--Commerce Clause--Exactions on Airport Users by Local Governments Measured by Number of Enplaning Passengers Are Constitutionally Valid

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Constitutional Law--Right to Speedy Trial--State-Imposed Five-Year Delay Does Not Abridge Right to Speedy Trial When Accused ...


Equity -- 1957 Tennessee Survey, Thomas F. Green Jr. Aug 1957

Equity -- 1957 Tennessee Survey, Thomas F. Green Jr.

Vanderbilt Law Review

JURISDICTION:

Among what is said' to be the largest number of public laws ever passed by a Tennessee Legislature, the General Assembly passed an act which creates a statutory exception to the doctrine that equity will not enjoin the commission of a crime unless the conduct comes within some recognized head of equity jurisdiction.

EQUITABLE REMEDIES:

Hall v. Briton was a suit in the chancery court to enjoin defendants, who were complainant's former employees, from selling a product produced with the aid of complainant's trade secret.

CONTEMPT:

One of the peculiarities of equity is that its decrees frequently ...


Karlen: Primer Of Procedure, Charles W. Joiner Apr 1951

Karlen: Primer Of Procedure, Charles W. Joiner

Michigan Law Review

A Review of PRIMER OF PROCEDURE. By Delmar Karlen.


Karlen: Primer Of Procedure, Charles W. Joiner Apr 1951

Karlen: Primer Of Procedure, Charles W. Joiner

Michigan Law Review

A Review of PRIMER OF PROCEDURE. By Delmar Karlen.