About this Course
Ubi ius, ibi remedia: where there's a right, there's a remedy. Legal "rights" are meaningless unless the law provides a method of redress when those rights are violated. Redress is legal (e.g., damages) and/or equitable (e.g., injunctions, rescission, reformation), although there are many branches and variations within those broad categories. Remedies have to be understood in conjunction with the law of contracts, torts, equity, constitutional law, and civil procedure.