The Death of the Irreparable Injury Rule

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Contents xv
  • 1 - A Functional Approach to Choosing Remedies 3
  • Notes on Choosing Remedies 24
  • 2 - Irreplaceability 37
  • Notes on Irreplaceability 48
  • 3 - Other Means of Escaping the Rule 73
  • Notes on Other Means of Escape 84
  • 4 - Why Courts Invoke the Rule 99
  • Notes on Invoking the Rule 106
  • 5 - Preliminary Relief 110
  • Notes on Preliminary Relief 123
  • 6 - Deference to Other Authority 133
  • Notes on Deference 142
  • 7 - Avoiding Over Enforcement 160
  • Notes on Over Enforcement 174
  • 8 - Other Substantive Reasons 193
  • Notes on Substantive Reasons 202
  • 9 - Other Procedural Reasons 213
  • Notes on Procedural Reasons 224
  • 10 - The Disparate Uses of a Code Phrase 237
  • Notes on a Code Phrase 243
  • 11 - Holmes, Posner, and Efficient Breach 245
  • Notes on Efficient Breach 260
  • Conforming Doctrine to Reality 265
  • Notes on Conforming Doctrine 283
  • Table of Cases 287
  • Table of Secondary Sources 329
  • Index 341
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