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Civil Procedure 5th ed (Hornbook Series)

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ISBN13: 9781634596404
Published: November 2015
Publisher: West Academic Publishing
Country of Publication: USA
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Gain insight into the laws governing all of the major steps in the civil litigation process, starting with investigation and ending with post-appeal collateral attacks. This text covers the major themes underlying the governing legal standards and those basic issues that the case law and literature suggest to be the most pressing. References to federal practice and procedure are provided with a discussion on the burden of complex, multi-party litigation on the judicial system.