Civil Litigation in New York
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This widely used coursebook introduces law students to the intricacies of civil litigation in New York and presents issues in the order in which they arise in a judicial action. The seventh edition includes the most recent legislative changes and litigation problems that reflect new developments.
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Table of contents
Part One: Selecting The Litigation Forum
Chapter 1: Jurisdiction Over The Defendant: Is New York The Right Forum?
Chapter 2: Judicial Discretion To Decline Jurisdiction
Chapter 3: Choosing The Proper Forum Within The State - Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Chapter 4: Venue: Refining The Choice Within New York
Chapter 5: Commencing The Action And Service Of The Summons
Chapter 6: Defendant's Response To Plaintiff's Forum Choice: The Appearance
Part Two: Timeliness Of The Litigation
Chapter 7: The Statutes Of Limitations and Related Concepts
Part Three: The Structure of the Litigation
Chapter 8: Joinder of Parties
Chapter 9: Claims For Contribution And Indemnification
Chapter 10: "Special" Parties: Indigents, Infants, Incompetents And Conservatees
Part Four: Developing the Litigation
Chapter 11: Motion Practice
Chapter 12: Provisional Remedies
Chapter 13: Pleadings
Chapter 14: The Bill of Particulars
Chapter 15: Disclosure
Part Five: Resolving the Litigation
Chapter 16: Accelerated Judgment
Chapter 17: Settlements and Stipulations
Chapter 18: Pre-Trial and Calendar Practice
Chapter 19: Trial
Part Six: The Effects of the Litigation
Chapter 20: Judgments and Relief From Judgments
Chapter 21: Appeals
Chapter 22: Enforcement of Judgments
Chapter 23: Res Judicata
Part Seven: Special Litigation Problems
Chapter 24: Confronting Unlawful Government Activity: Article 78 and Related Remedies - A Procedural Bramble Bush
Chapter 25: Arbitration: An Alternative to Litigation