Cases on equitable relief against defamation and injuries to personality Supplementary to Ames"s cases in equity jurisdiction, vol. I. by Roscoe Pound

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  • Personal injuries -- Great Britain -- Cases.,
  • Personal injuries -- United States -- Cases.,
  • Equitable remedies -- Great Britain -- Cases.,
  • Equitable remedies -- United States -- Cases.,
  • Equity -- Great Britain -- Cases.,
  • Equity -- United States -- Cases.

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StatementBy Roscoe Pound ...
ContributionsAmes, James Barr, 1846-1910
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LC ClassificationsKF8925.P4 P68 1916
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Pagination4 p. l., 7-77 p.
Number of Pages77
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Open LibraryOL24153301M
LC Control Number33015436
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Cases on equitable relief against defamation and injuries to personality. Supplementary to Ame's cases in equity jurisdiction, vol. 1 by Pound, Roscoe, ; Ames, James Barr, Selection of cases in equity jurisdiction, : It is in substitution for Ames' cases on equitable relief against torts and complementary with Pound's Cases on Equitable Relief against Defamation and Injuries to Personality.

In structural arrangement and technique of presentation of materials there is a nominal departure from : Wesley A. Sturges. Pound, Roscoe, Cases on equitable relief against defamation and injuries to personality. Supplementary to Ame's cases in equity jurisdiction, vol.

1 / (Cambridge, Mass., The editor, ), also by James Barr Ames (page images at HathiTrust). Ames, James Barr, Cases on equitable relief against defamation Cases on equitable relief against defamation and injuries to personality book injuries to personality.

Supplementary to Ame's cases in equity jurisdiction, vol. 1 / (Cambridge, Mass., The editor, ), also by Roscoe Pound (page images at HathiTrust) Ames, James Barr, Cases on equitable relief against defamation and other injuries. Pritchard, 2 Swanst. (); Pound, "Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality," 29 Harv.

Rev. (), personal rights, including one's reputation, are entitled to the guardianship of the law in a measure at least equal to that of property rights. terms "libel," "slander" or "defamation," have neatly evaded many difficulties presented by precedent as represented in the older cases." See Pound, Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality, 29 Harv.

Rev. (). "Old Investors' & Traders Corp. Houle, Mass., that "There is evidence of a process of evolution which may be still in progress," to the strong attacks by commentators on the rule of the Boston Diatite Co.

case (see Pound, Equitable Relief Against Defamation & Injuries to Personality, 29 Harv. Rev.), to the substantial erosion of the principle asserted. CASES ON EQUITABLE RELIEF AGAINST DEFAMATION AND INJURIES TO PERSONALITY - SUPPLEMENTARY TO CHAFEE'S CASES ON EQUITABLE RELIEF AGAINST TORTS.

Second Edition by Z. Chafee, Jr. Cambridge, Mass.: Z. Chafee, Jr., We have here an interesting collection of cases dealing with injunctions against libel and slander, protection of. Roscoe Pound, Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality, 29 Harv.

Rev.() [hereinafter, Injuries to Personality] (acknowledging that Gee v. Pritchard “foreclosed the matter” even though in the author’s view “it was by no means settled by authority”). 60 See, e.g., Francis v.

Cases on Equitable Relief against Torts was published as long ago as His edition of Roscoe Pound's Cases on Equitable Relief against Defamation and Injuries to Personality appeared in His contribution of the sec-tion "Specific Relief Against Torts" to the edition represented a major.

by Dean Pound as an interest of the individual in his "Interests of Personality," 28 HARV. REV.(I); and as an alleged bar to injunctions of libel in his "Equitable Relief against Defamation and Injuries to Personality," 29 HARV.

REV.(I9i6). The situation in war is specifically treated in the following: "Freedom of. (Pound on Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality, 29 Harv. Rev.) Whatever the basis of the ancient doctrine may have been — whether it originated from any valid, reasoned conviction or from historical accidents of practice and procedure — it is deeply ingrained in our law (Advance Music Corp.

United States Court of Appeals FORTHEEIGHTHCIRCUIT BOOK’S PROFITS AS A REMEDY FOR DEFAMATION II. THE AWARD OF PROFITS FROM AMERICAN SNIPER Roscoe Pound, Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality, 29 Harv. Rev. (). -iii- Appellate Case: Page: 9 Date Filed: 03/18/ Entry ID. The historiography of the rule traces back to Roscoe Pound's article Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality.

In Pound's view, the rule was not settled at the nation's. () See Roscoe Pound, Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality, 29 HARV. REV. See also Joseph R. Long, Equitable Jurisdiction to Protect Personal Rights, 33 YALE L.J.

(), which states. traces back to Roscoe Pound’s article Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality17 Pound. was the seminal critic of the traditional rule He initiated its academic criticism in He has been followed by many scholars,19 and, in the past thirty years, by a growing number of courts The claimant had already issued defamation proceedings against the News of the World for allegations published in earlier editions.

The statements to be published had been published by the Mail on Sunday, against whom the claimant also had an injunction, although the News of the World claimed that its information was from independent.

Equity--Injunctive Relief--Inducing Breach of Contract--Trade Libel (Paramount Pictures, Inc., et al. Leader Press, Inc., F.2d (10th Cir. court of equity provided the other grounds for equitable interposition are present." 1 To establish the tort of interference with contractual.

(Pound, Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality () 29 Harv., fn. omitted.) The Court of Appeal in the present case based its contrary conclusion that the injunction was an invalid prior restraint of speech on language in Near : Supreme Court of California.

Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality, () 29 Harvard Law Review, /——. Fifty Years of Jurisprudence, () 51 Harvard Law Review, / 52, 59, 60,,——. The Formative Era of American Law, () / 54, ——. The Future of Law, () 47 Yale.

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Editorial Board Follow this and additional works at: Part of theLaw Commons This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the University of Minnesota Law : Minn. Rev. Appellate Procedure in Civil Cases () "Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality" in Harvard Law Review Vol.

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Cambridge, Mass.: Published by the editor. Damages 77 p. ; 27 cm.; CTRGB; US/24/ Fiche: 33, Pound, Roscoe, Equitable relief against defamation and injuries to personality. 10 Even assuming that the more logical remedy against wrongfully publicizing private facts is to enjoin the defendant's publication, see Bezanson, supra; Pound, Equitable Relief Against Defamation, 29(), despite the so-called "presumption" against prior restraints, media reporting of the facts pleaded and presented.

after a jury had found the matter libelous.” (Pound, Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality () 29 Harv., fn. omitted.) The Court of Appeal in the present case based its contrary conclusion that the injunction was an invalid prior restraint of speech on language in Near v.

Minnesota, supra, U.S. Some right of publicity cases have granted preliminary injunctions against imitation or appropriation without much consideration of the First Amendment. These cases largely focus attention on the difficulty of compensating reputational injury with damages the precise argument that has proven unpersuasive in the libel context.

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• The remedies against public nuisance are (1) indictment or information (criminal); (2) civil action, or (3) abatement. o Either criminal or noncriminal conduct may be abated but the equitable remedy lies only "where the objectionable activity can be brought within the.

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An action for injurious falsehood resembles one for defamation because both involve “the imposition of liability for injuries sustained through publication to third parties of a false statement affecting the plaintiff,” but the two torts protect different interests.

2 While defamation protects. Court cited Roscoe Pound, Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality, 29 HARV. Rev. ()-a leading article urging that libels be enjoinable. The only citation the Court gave for the proposition that it had "rejected all manner of prior restraint on publica-tion" was Near v.

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Roscoe Pound, Equitable Relief Against Defamation and Injuries to Personality, 29 Harv. L. Rev.() [hereinafter, Injuries to Personality] (acknowledging that Gee v. Pritchard "foreclosed the matter" even though in the author's view "it was by no means settled by authority").Purpose of the Law of Defamation.

1. The law of tort seeks to redress two types of injury, namely, injury to the person and injury to property. Injuries to the person may be physical or non-physical. The core of the defamation action is one type of non-physical injury to the person, that is, injury to reputation.

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