Sanctions: the federal law of litigation abuse

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Michie Co., 1994 - Law - 807 pages
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The sanctions movement continues to gain momentum. The federal courts have issued thousands of awards, many in excess of $1,000,000 against attorneys & parties engaging in litigation abuse. With new Rules 11, 26(g), & 37, the federal courts have created new regions of vulnerability for unwary attorneys. In Sanctions: The Federal Law on Litigation Abuse, Second Edition, author Gregory P. Joseph analyzes all the new rules & the other federal rules & statutes under which attorneys face sanctions.

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Contents

OVERVIEW OF THE LAWS GOVERNING LITI
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PLEADINGS WRITTEN MOTIONS
53
Arbitration
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Copyright

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