Anderson's Ohio Pretrial Litigation Practice Manual
Anderson's Ohio Pretrial Litigation Practice Manual is a complete step-by-step guide to handling a civil case prior to trial, from pre-filing investigation and planning through the final pretrial conference and settlement. The text explains the procedures governing initial and responsive pleadings, pretrial motion practice, and discovery. It also identifies potential problems, suggesting effective strategies for dealing with such matters as the argumentative deposition witness or fragmented testimony.
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In Clients Best Interest
Scope Of Formal Discovery
Request For Production Of Documents And Things
Requests For Admission
Physical And Mental Examination Of Persons
Taking And Defending Depositions
Judicial Intervention In The Discovery Process
Pretrial Motion Practice
Pretrial Conferences And Settlement
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