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Aspen Pub, 2005 - Law - 443 pages
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Show your students how to prepare for and conduct civil litigation effectively, with the newest edition of Thomas Mauet's highly-regarded Pretrial . By offering a clear and concise methodology and supplying the information students need to apply it, this popular paperback text has earned widespread use, edition after edition. The Sixth Edition builds on the strengths that have made Pretrial a classic: clear, concise, well organized presentation of pretrial preparation by one of the country's leading experts on trial techniques systematic approach that organizes pretrial planning and preparation into a series of distinct steps students can readily master litigation files from a hypothetical case that provide sample documentation and paperwork for each stage of the civil case, showing students exactly what they will face in practice additional litigation files on an included CD-ROM with both plaintiffs' and defendants' files for six different cases full clarification of recent changes in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure This timely revision reflects current developments: expanded treatment of negotiation a new section on electronic discovery, The hottest topic in civil litigation today If you have yet to use Pretrial, An examination of the Sixth Edition will show you why this book has helped so many students face the task of pretrial preparation with confidence. Please visit the new companion website to learn more about this book. Website:

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Mauet is Director of Trial Advocacy and Milton O. Riepe Professor of Law at the University of Arizona.

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