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The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are printed in entirety in this volume. Each rule is followed by an expert commentary that contains the fundamentals of how the rules are applied to help you develop winning courtroom practices. This new edition has been revised to include changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure as amended December 1, 2003. The...
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are printed in entirety in this volume. Each rule is followed by an expert commentary that contains the fundamentals of how the rules are applied to help you develop winning courtroom practices. This new edition has been revised to include changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure as amended December 1, 2003. The Rules of Procedure of the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation and the Supplemental Rules for Certain Admiralty and Maritime Claims are also included. Law students will discover that the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and commentaries provide a model of what happens in a courtroom and what can realistically be expected when they enter the world of litigation—where practice often departs from theory. Civil procedure students can save hours of study time with this book and enhance their understanding of the rules. The authors bring their own perceptions and styles to the commentaries. They stress the practical throughout the commentaries and offer suggested strategies for dealing with issues raised by the rules. Contributors include: Jeffrey B. Aaronson, Janet Gilligan Abaray, Linda G. Birchall, Wallace W. Dixon, Vincent J. Foley, Terry Richard Kane, Arnold S. Klein, Laura G. Kuykendall, Douglas S. Lang, Shelley Malinowski, Alexander Marshall III, Janis M. Meyer, Shane Read, Stuart M. Reynolds, Jr., Mark D. Risk, Catherine Hunt Ruddy, John S. Siffert, David A. Sonenshein, G. Leroy Street, Nicole J. Wade.
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