Best Legal Remedies Books
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1. Credit Repair Secrets: Learn the Strategies and Techniques of Consultants and Credit Attorneys to Fix your Bad Debt and Improve your Business or Personal Finance. Including Dispute Letters
Author: by Dave Robert Warren Graham
It’s a difficult time for you this… You’ve always been on time to pay your debts, you’ve never missed a deadline, and yet… Yet you just found out that you have a credit report that shows a severe debt situation and late payments; just now, you’d need a loan to buy a new car!
But how is that possible?Who can help you? Now you are forced to go to Consultants or Lawyers to fix things, and they will undoubtedly want to be paid handsomely? A nightmare you don’t know how to get out of…Come on!
Today is most likely your lucky day, and if you have the will and patience to continue reading, you will thank this moment for your whole life! Most people have now at least once applied for a loan in their lives, and the pandemic that has recently shocked the whole world has certainly not helped to improve people’s financial situation; many have unfortunately lost their jobs.
Also, for this reason, getting loans is becoming increasingly complex, and that’s why you have to be careful always to keep your credit score under control and try to keep it high, clean, and positive. Credit Repair Secrets is exactly the guide you need to understand quickly and exhaustively the mechanisms that underlie the operation of the credit score and know what to do in case of problems without contacting consultants and lawyers.
2. The Little Book of Restorative Discipline for Schools: Teaching Responsibility; Creating Caring Climates (The Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding Series)
Author: by Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz
How can teachers and administrators better deal with discipline, punishment, bullying, truancy, and other issues? Can community-building begin in a classroom? The authors of this book believe that by applying restorative justice at school, we can build a healthier and more just society.
With practical applications and models. Can an overworked teacher possibly turn an unruly incident with students into an “opportunity for learning, growth, and community-building”? If restorative justice has been able to salvage lives within the world of criminal behavior, why shouldn’t its principles be applied in school classrooms and cafeterias?
And if our children learn restorative practices early and daily, won’t we be building a healthier, more just society? Topics include:Why restorative justiceThe role of discipline and punishmentCharacteristics of peaceable schoolsFlexible policiesWhole school training approachesClass meetingsTruancy mediationBullyingAnd more! Two educators answer yes, yes, and yes in this new addition to The Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding series.
3. The ABC … Dark Psychology 2.0 – 10 Books in 1 – 2nd Edition: Learn the World of Manipulation and Mind Control. The Psychological Skills you Need to … Control 2.0,Subliminal Influence)
Author: by Benedict GOLEMAN
Welcome to the dark side of human psychology. You’ve just entered into the deepest parts of the human psyche – home to manipulation, deception, brainwashing, and more. How do you protect yourself from these manipulators and sadists? You educate yourself with ABCDark Psychology 2.0 book set!
Learn the dark psychology that lies within people, even your friends and family members, and how to combat their tactics. Get the tools you need to no longer feel like the prey and bring yourself to a whole new level of self-awareness and confidence.
With this series in your hands, you will: Have access to 10 volumes of thorough information about psychology, human behavior, and human nature Learn the basic fundamentals of psychology including behavioral, cognitive, and humanistic perspectives Dive deep into the dark workings of the mind and why some people think the way they do Discover how to combat and deal with manipulation, deception, mind control, and more Become a stronger person mentally and achieve a self-awareness you ever thought possible Read body language like it’s your second language and know exactly what people are thinking without them telling you Know when someone is lying or trying to persuade you into doing something Always stay one step ahead of your competition in business or your social circle And Much More!
4. The Little Book of Circle Processes : A New/Old Approach to Peacemaking (The Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding Series) (Little Books of Justice & Peacebuilding)
Author: by Kay Pranis
Circle processes offer a way of bringing people together to understand one another, strengthen bonds, and solve community problemsa necessity in an era of division, polarized politics, and angry debate. Our ancestors gathered around a fire in a circle, families gather around their kitchen tables in circles, and now we are gathering in circles as communities to solve problems.
This peacemaking practice draws on the ancient Native American tradition of a talking piece and combines that with concepts of democracy and inclusivity. Peacemaking circles are used in neighborhoods to provide support for those harmed by crime and to decide sentences for those who commit crime, in schools to create positive classroom climates and resolve behavior problems, in the workplace to deal with conflict, and in social services to develop more organic support systems for people struggling to get their lives together.
The circle process hinges on storytelling. It is an effort bringing astonishing results around the country. Chapters include:Circles in PracticeA Circle StoryFinding a Way to Move Forward after a Workers StrikeFoundations of CirclesA Circle StoryFinding Understanding in the ClassroomKey Elements of CirclesA Circle StoryFinding Healing from Violent CrimeOrganizing a Talking CircleA Circle StoryFinding Respect Across GenerationsCircles in PerspectiveA Circle StoryFinding Connection within FamilyA title in The Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding Series.
5. The Brothers Karamazov
Author: by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Hardbound – New, hardbound print book.
7. Modern American Remedies: Cases & Materials 4e (Aspen Casebook)
Author: by Douglas Laycock
This classroom-tested casebook provides a thorough and accessible examination of the overarching policy themes and principles behind remedies law. Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials, Fourth Edition, doesn t hide the ball students are given the information they need to participate in classroom discussions that will broaden their understanding.
Among the features that make this text a success: A strong and logical organization based on remedies categories and concepts, with daily teaching units of roughly equal length, each exploring a central theme. A balanced presentation of public and private law.
Explanations of basic law and economics that provide necessary background without dominating the primary themes of the book. Memorable cases and well written notes. An excellent Teacher s Manual that includes daily teaching units, suggested assignment sheets for a variety of courses from one hour to five hours, and suggestions for teaching the cases.
The carefully edited Fourth Edition features: New cases, including: o In re September 11th Litigation (S.D.N.Y. 2008) (on the measure of damages for the destruction of the World Trade Center) o In re Trans World Airlines (2d Cir.
8. Sweet Taste of Liberty: A True Story of Slavery and Restitution in America
Author: by W. Caleb McDaniel
Oxford University Press
August 7, 2019
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for HistoryThe unforgettable saga of one enslaved woman’s fight for justice-and reparationsBorn into slavery, Henrietta Wood was taken to Cincinnati and legally freed in 1848. In 1853, a Kentucky deputy sheriff named Zebulon Ward colluded with Wood’s employer, abducted her, and sold her back into bondage.
She remained enslaved throughout the Civil War, giving birth to a son in Mississippi and never forgetting who had put her in this position. By 1869, Wood had obtained her freedom for a second time and returned to Cincinnati, where she sued Ward for damages in 1870.
Astonishingly, after eight years of litigation, Wood won her case: in 1878, a Federal jury awarded her $2,500. The decision stuck on appeal. More important than the amount, though the largest ever awarded by an American court in restitution for slavery, was the fact that any money was awarded at all.
By the time the case was decided, Ward had become a wealthy businessman and a pioneer of convict leasing in the South. Wood’s son later became a prominent Chicago lawyer, and she went on to live until 1912. McDaniel’s book is an epic tale of a black woman who survived slavery twice and who achieved more than merely a moral victory over one of her oppressors.
9. Examples & Explanations for Remedies
Author: by Richard L. Hasen
A favorite classroom prep tool of successful students that is often recommended by professors, the Examples & Explanations (E&E) series provides an alternative perspective to help you understand your casebook and in-class lectures. Each E&E offers hypothetical questions complemented by detailed explanations that allow you to test your knowledge of the topics in your courses and compare your own analysis.
Key Features A new discussion of the draft Restatement of the Law Torts (Third): Liability for Economic Harm’s treatment of the economic harm rule A new discussion of special emotional distress rules for cases involving high risk of causing such distress, such as mishandling human remains and injuring pets A new discussion of emotional distress damages for breach of contract A new section discussing of the basis for temporary restraining orders, including the appealability of such orders (which has become a contested issue in challenges to Trump administration executive orders) A new section discussing the controversy over the use of nationwide injunctions in highly charged political cases, a trend that has emerged to challenge policies of both the Obama and Trump administrations A new discussion of restitutionary claims for constructive trusts involving disproportionate gains, such as lottery winnings, under both the common law and Restatement (Third) of Restitution A new section on opportunistic breach of contract in Restitution, including the Supreme Court’s recent endorsement of the section in a 2015 case A new section on the relationship between laches and statutes of limitations and new Supreme Court authority on the question
10. Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials (Aspen Casebook)
Author: by Douglas Laycock
Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials, Fifth Edition is highly respected for its original and logical conceptual framework, comprehensive coverage, excellent case selection, and authoritative and well-written notes. The text achieves a balance of public and private law, and teaches and critiques the basics of economic analysis as applied to remedies issues.
New to the Fifth Edition: New co-author Richard L. Hasen, author of Remedies: Examples and Explanations, a problem-based study guide and secondary adoptable for the casebook Key legal developments through the Supreme Court s June 2018 decisions, including litigation surrounding President Trump s travel ban Updated material on cy pres settlements in anticipation of Frank v.
Gaos, the Supreme Court case involving Google Recent case law regarding the Third Restatement s approach to unjust enrichment New, updated, or expanded notes on current issues, such as The rise of nationwide injunctions in challenges to federal policy Disputes over the scope of qualified immunity rules for government officials, especially police officers Donald Trump, Stormy Daniels, and Michael Cohen s business partner A new drafting assignment involving an injunction in a case of same-sex harassment in employment New principal cases: Commercial Real Estate Investment v.
11. Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials Concise (Aspen Casebook)
Author: by Douglas Laycock
Modern American Remedies: Cases and Materials, Concise Fifth Edition is highly respected for its original and logical conceptual framework, comprehensive coverage, excellent case selection, and authoritative and well-written notes. Following the same organization, scope of coverage, and daily units as the unabridged Fifth Edition, the streamlined Concise Edition features tightly focused notes that emphasize basic principles and central points, with fewer collateral issues.
The text achieves a balance of public and private law, and teaches and critiques the basics of economic analysis as applied to remedies issues. New to the Concise Fifth Edition: New co-author Richard L. Hasen, author of Remedies: Examples and Explanations, a problem-based study guide and secondary adoptable for the casebook.
Key legal developments through the Supreme Court’s June 2018 decisions, including: litigation surrounding President Trump’s travel ban Updated material on cy-pres settlements in anticipation of Frank v. Gaos, the new Supreme Court case involving Google Recent case law regarding the Third Restatement’s approach to unjust enrichment New, updated, or expanded notes on current issues, such as: The rise of nationwide injunctions in challenges to federal policy Disputes over the scope of qualified immunity rules for government officials, especially police officers Presidential liability A new drafting assignment involving an injunction in a case of same-sex harassment in employment New principal cases: Commercial Real Estate Investment v.
12. Persuasive Political Leadership: How to Change the World With Your Words (Speak for Success)
Author: by Peter Andrei
The world is filled with problems and you want to solve them… But do you have what it takes? Faith in democracy falls while inequality and division rise. Inefficiency stifles government and squanders potential. Poverty plagues most of the world’s people.
Education leaves students unprepared, teaching them how to thrive in an economy that no longer exists. The suffocating chokehold of racism grasps at the gasping throat of our nation still. Artificial intelligence will kill millions of jobs and we are burdened by $22 trillion in national debt on the knife-edge of the climate-change tipping-point.
Inspirational, instructive, nonpartisan, and practical, Persuasive Political Leadership offers readers a step-by-step manual for persuading social and political change in the 2020s. It reveals 72 proven, little-known, science-based persuasive strategies used by the political giants of American history and known by nearly nobody else – until now.
With the right skills and strategies, you could persuade, inspire, and influence people as well as the movers and shakers of American history did: transformational leaders like Obama, Reagan, Clinton, Trump, John F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King. How would you leave your mark on the course of history?
13. The Little Book of Restorative Justice for Colleges and Universities, Second Edition: Repairing Harm and Rebuilding Trust in Response to Student Misconduct (Justice and Peacebuilding)
Author: by David R. Karp
A Practitioner’s Reference and Guide to Implement Restorative Justice on CampusHere’s a call to colleges and universities to consider implementing restorative practices on their campuses, ensuring fair treatment of students and staff while minimizing institutional liability, protecting the campus community, and boosting morale, from an associate dean of student affairs who has put these models to work on his campus.
Restorative justice is a collaborative decision-making process that includes victims, offenders, and others who are seeking to hold offenders accountable by having them (a) accept and acknowledge responsibility for their offenses, (b) to the best of their ability, repair the harm they caused to victims and communities, and (c) work to reduce the risk of re-offense by building positive social ties to the community.
David Karp writes in his introduction, As a student affairs administrator, I have become deeply committed to the concept and practice of restorative justice. I have experienced how it can work given the very real pressures among campus conduct administrators to manage high case loads, ensure fair treatment, minimize institutional liability, protect the campus community, boost morale in a division with high turnover, and help students learn from their mistakes without creating insurmountable obstacles to their future successes.
14. Dobbs' Law of Remedies: Damages – Equity – Restitution (Hornbook Series)
Author: by Dan Dobbs
West Publishing Co.
Authoritative text illustrates the possible applications of difficult rules, explains requirements, assesses arguments, and offers options in uncertain situations. Reviews equity and nonmonetary remedies, principles of damages, and restitution. Details harms to interests in tangible property, explores interference with economic rights, and discusses invasion of civil rights and dignitary interests.
Addresses personal injury, fraud, and other unconscionable conduct. Also identifies mistakes in contracting and gift transactions, remedies for breach of contract, and unenforceable contracts.
15. Remedies, Public and Private (American Casebook Series)
Author: by Tracy Thomas
West Academic Publishing
This casebook focuses on remedies across the board, uniquely including public law cases. It includes introduction to the law of remedies; nature, availability, and scope of injunctions; procedures for formulating, administering, and enforcing the injunction; declaratory judgment; compensatory damages and measures; punitive damages; restitution and restitution remedies; equitable defenses; and attorney’s fees.
16. Remedies, A Contemporary Approach (Interactive Casebook Series)
Author: by Russell Weaver
West Academic Publishing
CasebookPlus Hardbound – New, hardbound print book includes lifetime digital access to an eBook, with the ability to highlight and take notes, and 12-month access to a digital Learning Library that includes self-assessment quizzes tied to this book, leading study aids, an outline starter, and Gilbert Law Dictionary.