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Chancery and Special Remedies 2017 Edition

This handbook is a practical guide to the system of jurisprudence administered in courts of equity.

The maxims of equity that are essential to understanding jurisdiction and proper pleading as well as the practical application of special remedies are explored through the chapters in this handbook, which cover topics including specific performance, injunctions, rescission and reformation, interpleader, prosecuting securities fraud, class actions, guardians and receivers, constructive trusts, subrogation, and principles of contempt. The handbook contains multiple sample petitions, complaints, forms, injunctions, and orders, including temporary restraining orders, a complaint for constructive trust, a motion for summary judgment, a preliminary injunction, and numerous orders of adjudication for different scenarios.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 — Guideposts in Chancery: The Maxims of Equity
F. Kevin Murnighan, Carey White Boland Murnighan & Murray, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Principles of Contempt
Don R. Sampen and Edward M. Kay, Clausen Miller PC, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Specific Performance
Allison K. Ferrini, Zurich American Insurance Company, Schaumburg, and Valeri J. Nowik, Clausen Miller PC, Chicago

Chapter 4 — Injunctions
Sara L. Spitler, Goldstine, Skrodzki, Russian, Nemec and Hoff, Ltd., Burr Ridge

Chapter 5 — Rescission and Reformation
Hugh S. Balsam and Jonathan B. Turpin, Locke Lord LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Interpleader
Daniel R. Saeedi, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Prosecuting Securities Fraud Class Actions
Leigh Handelman Smollar, Pomerantz LLP, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Actions in Accounting
Richard L. Whitman, Sr., Whitman and Baber, Monmouth

Chapter 9 — Quo Warranto, Mandamus, and Prohibition
Don R. Sampen and Joseph J. Ferrini, Clausen Miller PC, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Guardians and Receivers
Sara L. Spitler, Goldstine, Skrodzki, Russian, Nemec and Hoff, Ltd., Burr Ridge

Chapter 11 — Administrative Review
Owen E. MacBride, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

Chapter 12 — Restrictive Covenants, Trade Secrets, and Fiduciary Duties: The Foundation To Safeguard Competitive Business Advantage
John F. Kennedy, Elizabeth E. Babbitt, and Allison E. Czerniak, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Chicago

Chapter 13 — Constructive Trusts
William H. Hrabak, Jr., Goldstine, Skrodzki, Russian, Nemec and Hoff, Ltd., Burr Ridge, and Michael J. Kralovec, Kralovec Meenan LLP, Chicago

Chapter 14 — Litigating the Suit To Set Aside a Fraudulent Transfer
Andrew R. Schwartz and Thomas J. Kanyock, Schwartz & Kanyock, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Subrogation
Richard Wm. Strawbridge, Sneckenberg, Thompson & Brody, LLP, Chicago, and Matthew D. Freiman, Craig/is Ltd, Jacksonville, FL

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The maxims of equity that are essential to understanding jurisdiction and proper pleading as well as the practical application of special remedies are explored through the chapters in this handbook, which cover topics including specific performance, injunctions, rescission and reformation, interpleader, prosecuting securities fraud, class actions, guardians and receivers, constructive trusts, subrogation, and principles of contempt. The handbook contains multiple sample petitions, complaints, forms, injunctions, and orders, including temporary restraining orders, a complaint for constructive trust, a motion for summary judgment, a preliminary injunction, and numerous orders of adjudication for different scenarios.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 — Guideposts in Chancery: The Maxims of Equity
F. Kevin Murnighan, Carey White Boland Murnighan & Murray, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Principles of Contempt
Don R. Sampen and Edward M. Kay, Clausen Miller PC, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Specific Performance
Allison K. Ferrini, Zurich American Insurance Company, Schaumburg, and Valeri J. Nowik, Clausen Miller PC, Chicago

Chapter 4 — Injunctions
Sara L. Spitler, Goldstine, Skrodzki, Russian, Nemec and Hoff, Ltd., Burr Ridge

Chapter 5 — Rescission and Reformation
Hugh S. Balsam and Jonathan B. Turpin, Locke Lord LLP, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Interpleader
Daniel R. Saeedi, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Prosecuting Securities Fraud Class Actions
Leigh Handelman Smollar, Pomerantz LLP, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Actions in Accounting
Richard L. Whitman, Sr., Whitman and Baber, Monmouth

Chapter 9 — Quo Warranto, Mandamus, and Prohibition
Don R. Sampen and Joseph J. Ferrini, Clausen Miller PC, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Guardians and Receivers
Sara L. Spitler, Goldstine, Skrodzki, Russian, Nemec and Hoff, Ltd., Burr Ridge

Chapter 11 — Administrative Review
Owen E. MacBride, Schiff Hardin LLP, Chicago

Chapter 12 — Restrictive Covenants, Trade Secrets, and Fiduciary Duties: The Foundation To Safeguard Competitive Business Advantage
John F. Kennedy, Elizabeth E. Babbitt, and Allison E. Czerniak, Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, Chicago

Chapter 13 — Constructive Trusts
William H. Hrabak, Jr., Goldstine, Skrodzki, Russian, Nemec and Hoff, Ltd., Burr Ridge, and Michael J. Kralovec, Kralovec Meenan LLP, Chicago

Chapter 14 — Litigating the Suit To Set Aside a Fraudulent Transfer
Andrew R. Schwartz and Thomas J. Kanyock, Schwartz & Kanyock, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 15 — Subrogation
Richard Wm. Strawbridge, Sneckenberg, Thompson & Brody, LLP, Chicago, and Matthew D. Freiman, Craig/is Ltd, Jacksonville, FL

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