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The chapters comprehensively explain case planning, investigation, pleadings, discovery, e-discovery, depositions, interrogatories, document and ESI production, admission requests, sanctions, procedural and dispositive motions, effective motion advocacy, and alternative dispute resolution and settlement methods. These chapters enable students to become highly competent, responsible, and ethical litigators. This benchmark text covers the strategies, tactics, and techniques applicable to pretrial and prehearing practice before judges, arbitrators, and administrative officials. The extensive text provides examples and illustrations of successful litigators.
A new and innovative feature includes web-based electronic documents. Case files involving electronic discovery will be stored on a website that students and the professor have access to. This location contains numerous electronic documents and problems involving electronically stored information. Students will be able to locate, identify, search, and analyze electronic documents to better prepare them for modern litigation experiences. No other law school text provides this type of opportunity and experience.
For more information and additional teaching materials, visit the companion site.
|Acknowledgements to First Edition|
|Acknowledgements to Second Edition|
|3||Pleading the Case||79|
|4||Motions Attacking the Pleadings and Jurisdiction||141|
|8||Requests for Production and Physical Examinations||385|
|9||Requests for Admissions||427|
|10||Enforcing Discovery Rights||447|
|11||Pretrial Motion Practice||473|
|12||Pretrial Motions Directed to the Merits and Trial||517|
|13||Effective Presentation of Motions||597|
|14||The Settlement Process||651|
|15||Pretrial Conferences and Pretrial Orders||685|
|App. A. Client Deposition Instructions||697|
|App. B. Table of Deadlines Affecting Motions||709|
|App. C. Case Files||715|