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Glannon Guide to Civil Procedure: Learning Civil Procedure Through Multiple-Choice Questions and Analysis, Fourth Edition

Joseph W. Glannon

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  • ISBN: 9781543806151

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  • Description

    Law school classroom lectures can leave you with a lot of questions.

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  • Additional Product Details

    Publication Date: 9/25/2018
    Copyright: 2018
    Pages: 571
    ISBNs:
    Paperback: 9781543804843
    Digital Only CasebookConnect: 9781543806151
    Ebook: 9781543805574

    Summary of Contents

    Acknowledgments

    1. A Very Short Introduction
    2. Diversity Jurisdiction: The Basic Rules
    3. Federal Claims and Federal Cases
    4. Removal Jurisdiction: The Defendant Chooses the Forum
    5. Personal Jurisdiction: Myth and Minimum Contact
    6. More Personal Jurisdiction: General In Personam Jurisdiction and In Rem Jurisdiction
    7. More than an Afterthought: Long-arm Statutes as a Limit on Personal Jurisdiction
    8. Home and Away: Litigating Objections to the Court’s Jurisdiction
    9. Due Process and Common Sense: Notice and Service of Process
    10. Venue and Transfer: More Limits on the Place of Suit
    11. State Law in Federal Courts: Basics of the Erie Doctrine
    12. Two Ways to Run a Railroad: Substance and Procedure After York, Byrd, and Hanna
    13. The Scope of the Action: Joinder of Claims and Parties Under the Federal Rules
    14. Of Hooks and Nuclei: Supplemental Jurisdiction over State Law Claims
    15. Sufficient Allegations: Pleading Under the Federal Rules
    16. Change over Time: Amending the Pleadings Under Rule 15
    17. Never Forget Rule 11: Representations to the Court
    18. Technicalities, Technicalities: Pre-answer Motions Under the Federal Rules
    19. Probing to the Limits: The Scope of Discovery Under the Federal Rules
    20. The Basic Tools of Discovery in Federal Court
    21. Dispositive Motions: Dismissal for Failure to State a Claim and Summary Judgment
    22. Judgment as a Matter of Law in the Federal Courts
    23. Second Time Around: The Grounds and Procedure for Motions for New Trial
    24. The Quest for Finality: Claim Preclusion Under the Second Restatement of Judgments
    25. Collateral Estoppel, Issue Preclusion, Whatever
    26. Closing Closers: Some Practice Questions that Cross Jurisdictional Lines
    27. Closing Openers: Some Looney Limericks

    Index

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