Offering coverage of Investigating and Planning the Litigation, As well as Conducting the Litigation, this book exhibits: how Rule 16 gives the trial judge more power to control the discovery process, how Rule 26 (a) creates a new initial disclosure method that allows parties to obtain basic information significantly faster; and how Rules 30 and 33 limit depositions and interrogatories.
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INTRODUCTION TO LITIGATION
INFORMAL FACT INVESTIGATION
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