Manual of Federal Practice
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This is a classic guide to federal litigation. The manual offers extensive and current coverage of substantive and procedural law. Citations to thousands of cases, rules, and statutes give quick access to the latest laws governing federal civil practice. The publication is updated semi-annually.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1. Subject Matter Jurisdiction of Federal Courts
Chapter 2. Venue And Transfer
Chapter 3. Pleadings And Parties
Chapter 4. Preliminary Motions
Chapter 5. Discovery
Chapter 6. Pretrial Conferences and Orders; Multidistrict Litigation
Chapter 7. Trials
Chapter 8. Appellate Practice and Procedure
Chapter 9. Pressures Confronting Federal Courts
Chapter 10. Problems and Traps in Federal Practice
Chapter 11. Interaction of Federal Legislation and Litigation
Chapter 12. Federal Debt Collection Procedures Act