LexisNexis Practice Guide: New Jersey Pretrial Practice
Co-authored by Robert B. Hille, Esq. and Mark R. Vespole, Esq., and written for both dedicated trial lawyers as well as occasional civil practitioners, LexisNexis Practice Guide: New Jersey Pretrial Practice eBook provides quick, direct, New Jersey-specific answers to questions that arise in day-to-day practice. Topically organized, the LexisNexis Practice Guide: New Jersey Pretrial Practice eBook covers a broad range of civil practice issues and takes a task-oriented approach to each subject via action-oriented section headings (e.g., "Seeking Relief for Adversary's Failure to Comply with Discovery Obligations" and "Submitting Objections to Admission into Evidence of Exhibits or Readings Identified in Pretrial Information Exchange") and multiple checklists for each chapter that guide the user through each step of a task. It covers important topics related to pretrial practice, including class actions and mass torts, dismissal for lack of prosecution, default and default judgment, sanctions, summary judgments, interlocutory appeals, arbitration, mediation, offer of judgment, pretrial conferences and information exchange, and motions in limine. It includes more than 150 practice tips (Warning, Strategic Point, Exception, Timing) to ensure best practices and to help the attorney avoid potential practice pitfalls.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Class Actions and Mass Torts
Chapter 2 Dismissal for Lack of Prosecution; Default and Default Judgment
Chapter 3 Sanctions
Chapter 4 Summary Judgments
Chapter 5 Interlocutory Appeals
Chapter 6 Arbitration
Chapter 7 Mediation
Chapter 8 Offer of Judgment
Chapter 9 Pretrial Conferences and Information Exchange
Chapter 10 Motions in Limine
Chapter 11 Settlements