Civil Procedure: Cases and Materials
Jack H. Friedenthal
Thomson/West, 2005 - Law - 1241 pages
Updated to include a contemporary perspective, this popular classic casebook covers important developments in several areas of civil procedure and incorporates student and professor comments on previous editions. While it retains a focus on procedural evolution, the new ninth edition also discusses cutting-edge issues, such as transnational litigation and technology's effect on jurisdictional doctrine. To make way for new material, this edition abbreviates a few older cases and commentaries and streamlines some notes.
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