Idaho Practice: Pre-Trial Civil Procedure
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Idaho Practice: Pre-Trial Civil Procedure is an essential reference Idaho litigators. It provides providing practical, complete, integrated, solution-driven coverage of Idaho pre-trial civil procedure law.
Idaho Practice: Pre-Trial Civil Procedure provides:
- Relevant Idaho law at your fingertips--court rules, statutes, administrative revisions, legislative histories, and over 2,000 Idaho cases analyzed for efficient review and effective citation;
- Organized Resources for Pre-Trial Civil Litigation: 15 chapters detailing client/matter intake, litigation strategy, drafting/filing/serving initial and responsive pleadings, discovery planning and methods, law and motion practice, summary judgment, client management and ethics issues;
- Practical Tools: Practice/ethics notes contributed by Idaho attorneys and legal support professionals; over 70 key forms including drafting checklists and sample pleadings, discovery, and motions;
- Lessons and Observations: Holistic perspectives on case strategy, client management, and professional responsibility, written by Idaho attorneys for Idaho attorneys.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 PRE-LITIGATION “GATING CRITERIA”
Chapter 2 PRE-LITIGATION STRATEGY
Chapter 3 DRAFTING INITIAL PLEADINGS
Chapter 4 SERVICE OF INITIAL PLEADINGS
Chapter 5 DEFAULTS AND RELIEF FROM DEFAULT
Chapter 6 RESPONSIVE PLEADINGS
Chapter 7 MOTION PRACTICE
Chapter 8 DISCOVERY PLANNING
Chapter 9 WRITTEN DISCOVERY [PROCEDURES AND TACTICS]
Chapter 10 CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS
Chapter 11 DEPOSITION PRACTICE
Chapter 12 INJUCTIONS AND RESTRAINING ORDERS
Chapter 13 SUMMARY JUDGMENT
Chapter 14 PRE-TRIAL RESOLUTIONS (SETTLEMENTS, JUDGMENTS & DISMISSALS)
Chapter 15 CLIENT MANAGEMENT AND ETHICS CONCERNS