Discovery Proceedings in Federal Practice
Shepard's/McGraw-Hill, 1983 - Discovery (Law) - 425 pages
This guidebook to federal discovery rules & their applications in federal practice provides quick practice points, a discussion of function & scope of discovery, & an analysis of discovery procedure. Extensive coverage of local rule provisions for each federal district court is included in the work.
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QUICK PRACTICE POINTS
Matters Protected by Public Policy Considerations
Supplementation of Responses
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