California Civil Procedure in a Nutshell

Author: William R. Slomanson

Publisher: West Academic

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 359

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California has one of the most complex procedural systems in the nation. This Nutshell provides an overview of the many significant differences that impact the choice between state and federal courts in California. The authors succinctly analyze California procedure and expose different solutions to the practice problems found in a state containing parallel systems of state and federal procedure.

Civil Procedure in a Nutshell

With Specimens and Examples of Pleadings, Summonses, and Orders in Use in the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court of Justice

Author: William Henry Redman

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Civil procedure

Page: 168

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Civil Procedure in a Nutshell

Author: Mary Kay Kane

Publisher: West Academic

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 309

View: 256

Rules of civil procedure govern everything that happens outside of criminal proceedings. This Nutshell provides a road map to navigating civil procedure rules and helps build a foundation for understanding the overall picture. Topics discussed include how to choose the proper court, pretrial and trial preparation, adjudication, judgments, appeals, and specialized multi-party/multi-claim proceedings.

Pretrial Litigation in a Nutshell

Author: R. Lawrence Dessem

Publisher: West Academic

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 378

View: 634

This Nutshell focuses on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, covering changes that resulted from major amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Federal Rules of Evidence that became effective on December 1, 2000. Since state counterparts to these federal rules have been adopted in a majority of jurisdictions, the pretrial skills considered in this text are essential in both state and federal practice. Coverage includes client interviewing, attorney-client relationship, pretrial planning and investigation, the complaint, responses, discovery, interrogatories, depositions, production requests, examination, and admissions. Also explores judicial intervention into the discovery process, pretrial motion practice, and judgments.

Pleading and Procedure + Casebookplus

Cases and Materials

Author: Geoffrey Hazard, Jr.

Publisher: Foundation Press

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 1262

View: 837

This casebook is a classic in civil procedure. It contains lightly-edited cases with extensive explanatory notes, thereby teaching students how to read cases while learning doctrine. Some notes are historical and comparative, giving students a more nuanced understanding than can be obtained from simply studying current law. The book is accessible without sacrificing interest and complexity, providing a sophisticated understanding of civil procedure and the federal system. The eleventh edition has been thoroughly updated with fifteen new principal cases and notes on recent developments in personal jurisdiction, pleading, e-discovery, and class actions. With CasebookPlus youâe(tm)ll receive a print book, lifetime digital access to a downloadable eBook, 12-month online access to self-assessment quizzes tied to the casebook, leading study aids, Gilbert® Law Dictionary and an outline starter.eBook and Learning Library - Lifetime digital access to a downloadable eBook, 12-month online access to self-assessment quizzes tied to the casebook, leading study aids, Gilbert® Law Dictionary and an outline starter. Learning Library - 12-month online access to self-assessment quizzes tied to the casebook, leading study aids, Gilbert® Law Dictionary and an outline starter.

Federal Civil Jurisdiction in a Nutshell

Author: LUMEN N. MULLIGAN

Publisher: West Academic Publishing

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 370

View: 567

Now current up to 2018, the second edition of this one-volume text presents a clear and concise overview of one of the most challenging topics covered in a standard 1L civil procedure course: subject matter jurisdiction of federal courts. Whether you are grappling with the Court's recent Spokeo opinion or the classic Osborn decision, you'll find this book engaging. Written by an award-winning classroom professor, this updated Nutshell makes extensive use of diagrams and flowcharts, while using scores of examples and hypotheticals, to illustrate key concepts. The book is targeted especially to students studying civil procedure, but it will also be of value for students in other courses covering topics such as federal courts, complex litigation, and civil rights. In addition, this volume will provide practitioners with a quick, clear refresher on the basics of federal civil jurisdiction.