This course will explore the law and practice of remedies, the concrete outcome of every litigated case. The basic concepts, rules, and relative roles and availability of the major remedies — compensatory damages, injunctions, declaratory judgments, restitution, and punitive damages — will be examined in commercial settings. In addition, the course will cover the practical and strategic aspects of seeking and resisting these forms of judicial relief. Remedies is a field particularly well suited to advocacy role-playing as plaintiff's counsel and defense counsel, and students will be asked to think through remedies issues not only analytically but also strategically as in-class advocates. The course also includes "behind-the-scenes" studies of how cases in which the professor participated were litigated, as well as a classroom visit with an expert witness. Students considering practice in commercial litigation, as well as students who intend to pursue a transactions practice (where prospective remedies are often lurking in the background), will find the course valuable. Grades will be based on class participation and a final exam.