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LEGAL UNCERTAINTY, ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY, AND THE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION DOCTRINE

@article{Brooks2005LEGALUE,
  title={LEGAL UNCERTAINTY, ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY, AND THE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION DOCTRINE},
  author={Richard R. Brooks and Warren F. Schwartz},
  journal={Stanford Law Review},
  year={2005},
  volume={58},
  pages={381-409}
}
INTRODUCTION................................................................................................ 382 I. ARTICULATED STANDARDS FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTIONS ..................... 388 A. Traditional Approaches ...................................................................... 389 B. The Error-Minimizing Leubsdorf-Posner Formulation ...................... 390 C. Our Alternative Formulation............................................................... 393 II. MODEL AND ANALYSIS… 
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