What did Marbury do next?
hendersl at ix.netcom.com
Sat Mar 10 15:20:48 PST 2007
Contracts law has changed considerably as well. As has so-called
"vested rights" doctrine (isn't such a thing anymore--generally, you
can get damages, but no specific performance, except in sales of land.
reinstatement and backpay is a remedy in labor cases, but seldom
actually put into practice because of the duty to mitigate, among other
On Mar 10, 2007, at 1:46 PM, Jonathan Entin wrote:
> Is it possible that the evidentiary value of Marbury’s commission was
> greater in 1803 than it is today? Consider the possibility that
> someone brought before Justice of
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