Understanding civil procedure
Includes complete, clearly-written analyses of personal & subject matter jurisdiction, the Erie doctrine, venue, former adjudication, pleading & practice, discovery, trial & post-trial motions, appeal & remedies. New developments in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, including sweeping changes in Discovery & Rule 11 Certification, are completely integrated in the text. Extensive cross-referencing makes this a truly user-friendly companion to any Civil Procedure course. Also available electronically
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Briefing a Civil Procedure Case
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