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Equity Davis August 1, 2014
MEMO

To: EQUITY CLASS
From: PENNY A. DAVIS
Subject: ASSIGNMENT
Date: August 1, 2014


Hi,
I look forward to seeing you in class. In order to save you some money, you may use either the 7th or 8th edition of the textbook.

Please read the following cases for the first day of class:
• Clinton v. Nagy, N.D. Ohio, 1974 . . . . . . . . . p. 17[18]
• Adams v. Baker, Kan., 1996 . . . . . . . . p. 21[22]
• Force v. Pierce City R-VI School District U.S. Dist. Ct. Missouri, 1983……….p. 27[28]
• Marquette v.Marquette. Okl. 1984 p. 34 [36]
• In re Vuitton Et Fils S.A.2nd Cir. 1979 p. 38[40]
• Morgan Stanley DW, Inc v. Frisby. U.S. Ga. 2001 p. 45[52]
• Save Our Sonoran,Inc. v. Flowers, 9th Cir. 2004 p. 57[59]
• Winter v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. U.S. 129 S. Ct. 365, (U.S.2008) [75-77]

Please note: It is unlikely that we will get to all of these cases, but it will be helpful to you to have read them all for background.
We will be using TWEN for assignments. I will be using PowerPoints in class and will be providing you with a Student Version of the PowerPoints for you to use in preparation for each class. After class, a paper version of the PowerPoints that were used in class will be available in the Library.
Below is an outline of what we will be talking about in class. I thought it might be helpful to you as you prepare for class. When we meet, we will divide the class into law firms and divide the future reading assignments between the law firms. For the first day, we will not divide the assignments by law firms.
Hope you have a great semester!
Penny
INJUNCTION
Court of Chancery
Alabama and most states merged courts of law and equity


Equitable MaximumsGeneral Rules to Guide the Court


1. He who seeks equity must do equity

2. He who comes into equity must come with clean hands

3. Equity aids the vigilant and not those who slumber on their rights

4. Equity regards that as done which ought to be done

5. Equity looks to the intent, rather than to the form


6. Equity acts in personam

7. Equity abhors a forfeiture

8. Equity will not suffer a wrong without a remedy


Alabama Jurisdiction

12-11-31 B Equity Jurisdiction of Circuit Courts
12-3-8, 11 B Court of Appeals
12-2-2, 7 B Supreme Court



Types of Procedure.

1. An injunction is an in personam order, directing the defendant to act or to refrain from acting in a specific way.
2. It may be enforced by contempt power

Forms
1. Mandatory
2. Prohibitory

Classification
1.Permanent
2.Preliminary
3.Temporary Restraining Order

Fed. Rules of CP B Rule 65



Fed. Rules of CP - Rule 65P. 16




Ala. Rule 65



CASES

I. GENERAL

Temporary Restraining Orders

1. Clinton v. Nagy, N.D. Ohio, 1974 . . . . . . . . . p. 17[18]
2. Double C Productions, Inc. v. Expositions Enterprise, Inc,
404 So. 2d 52 (Ala. 1981).
(Ala. Requisites for TRO)



Preliminary Injunction
1. Adams v. Baker, Kanoo, 1996 . . . . . . . . p. 21[22]


Permanent Injunctions


1. Force v. Pierce City R-VI School District,U.S. Dist. Ct. Missouri, 1983YYY.p. 27[28]

II. Procedures and Standards for Issuing Temporary Restraining Orders

Temporary Restraining Orders: Cases
1. Marquette v.Marquette, Okl. 1984
Alabama: Section 30-5-6
2. In re Vuitton Et Fils S.A.2nd cir. 1979
3. Morgan Stanley DW, Inc v. Frisby, U.S. Ga. 2001


III. Procedures and Standards for Issuing Preliminary Injunctions

1. Save Our Sonoran, Inc. v. Flowers, 9th Cir. 2004
2. Winter v. Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. 129 S. Ct. 365, (U.S.2008) [PART III ONLY]
Contracts I Lee July 31, 2014
Welcome to Contracts I! For our first class, please read pp. 1-18 in the casebook, Ian Ayres and Gregory Klass, Studies in Contract Law (8th ed. 2012). The syllabus for this course, as well as the assignments for the first two weeks, are also available on Blackboard, which is available through Lexis-Nexis, so please register for this course on Blackboard as soon as possible.

Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you all soon!
Secured Transactions Lee July 31, 2014
Welcome to Secured Transactions! For our first class, please review Assignment 1 in LoPucki & Warren, Secured Credit: A Systems Approach (7th Ed 2012). You may also wish to read the Synopsis and Sections 1.01 and 1.02 in William H. Lawrence, William H. Henning & R. Wilson Freyermuth, Understanding Secured Transactions (5th ed. 2012), which is one of the recommended texts. The syllabus for this course, as well as the assignments for the first two weeks, are also available on Blackboard, which is available through Lexis-Nexis, so please register for this course on Blackboard as soon as possible.

Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you all soon!
Legal Profession Brant June 24, 2014
Legal Profession - Summer 2014
This course will focus on the ethical rules, common law concepts, statutory and constitutional sources of law governing the ethical obligations of attorneys. The casebook is Hazard, Koniak, Cramton, Cohen and Wendel, The Law and Ethics of Lawyering (Foundation, 5th ed. 2010). The statutory supplement is Professional Responsibility Standards, Rules & Statutes (West 2013-14, Dzienkowski, ed). (N.B. The 2014-15 edition of the Rules & Statutes is not available until mid-July; thus we will use the earlier edition. Do not purchase the Abridged Edition, as this lacks the AL version of the Model Rules.) Both texts are required. Additional copies of both texts will be placed on library reserve. Please bring the statutory supplement along with the casebook to each class. You are expected to have read before class any Model Rules and accompanying comments, as well as Restatement sections and comments, that are cited in the casebook reading assignments.
International Environmental Law Seminar Andreen June 24, 2014
Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Our Common Future: ix-xv; 1-23
Red Sky at Morning: 1-97

I. Introduction to the Seminar Process and a Brief Overview of Global Environmental Issues and Public International Law.
Environmental Law I - Fall 2014 Andreen June 24, 2014
Monday, August 18, 2014 vii-xi (Bonine & McGarity) and Supplemental Material

I. Introduction to Environmental Law

A. Environmental Problems and Progress
B. Regulatory Legislation
-- Andreen, “Evolving Law of Environmental Protection” (supp.)
C. Outline of the Course