The Volokh Conspiracy
Mostly law professors | Sometimes contrarian | Often libertarian | Always independent
"High on Injunctions" turns out to have been the standard name of a leading treatise on the law of injunctions, published by James L. High in 1874 and later revised by his son Shirley T. High. (Badass Lawyer Todd Levitt appears not to have been involved.) The treatise continues to be cited even now. And it of course raises the question: What maxims of equity correspond to it? (See The Lost Maxims of Equity; and recall that "equity is a roguish thing.") Three suggestions, but please add to them:
Equity abhors a buzzkill.
Equity won't harsh your mellow.