Jury Instructions in Commercial Litigation
Commercial litigation presents a unique set of challenges for the trial attorney. Often complex and highly technical, it strains the ability of the attorney to present - and for the jury to understand - the issues in dispute. Jury Instructions in Commercial Litigation helps you overcome these obstacles, providing a comprehensive collection of jury instructions successfully given by judges and followed by juries in actual commercial trials. Each instruction explains clearly the issues for the layman, translating complex legal concepts into everyday language.
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