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Equity’s Leaded Feet in a Contest of Scoundrels: The Assertion of the In Pari Delicto Defense Against a Lawbreaking Plaintiff and Innocent Successors

“While a court of equity will on swift wings fly to relieve the innocent from wrong or injury, it travels with leaded feet and turns a deaf ear, when called on to furnish a cloak of righteousness to cover sin … Continue reading

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