Lecture 2 - Lecture2 21:42 Finalexamis7:30AMonthe9th...

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Lecture 2 21:42 Final exam is 7:30 AM on the 9 th Chapter 1 continued Substidied law and procedural law Substance law…”meat of the law” Murder is… Procedural law is the impact of the law step by step process you will go  through Remedies Legal remedies are monetary damages “looking for money” Equitable remedy… court order not to do something… only get this if  monetary damages do no good Chapter 2 Compromises Anti-Federalist wanted States Rights Individual freedom Constitution Important part was commerce clause Article I Section 8- powers of national government (enumerated power) Next two articles say things the states can not do Commerce clause-congress has the power to regulate business with foreign  nations, amongst the several states, and with the Indian tribes Interstate Commerce law was the power to regulate business with the states-
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course MGMT 209 taught by Professor Swim during the Spring '08 term at Texas A&M.

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Lecture 2 - Lecture2 21:42 Finalexamis7:30AMonthe9th...

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