Manual for Complex Litigation, Second
Clark Boardman, 1986 - Complex litigation - 525 pages
This looseleaf volume contains the text of the official manual prepared by the Federal Judicial Center to help cope with the problems of complex and multidistrict litigation. The work presents all the necessary procedures for use in pretrial and trial of complex civil and criminal actions.
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