Principles Guiding Civil Claim Settlements
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Table of contents
Chapter 1, Introduction to Civil Claim Settlement Laws
Chapter 2, Settling Procedural Law Issues Before Civil Claims Arise
Chapter 3, Settling Substantive Law Issues Before Civil Claims Arise
Chapter 4, Civil Claim Settlement Talks Before and During Litigation
Chapter 5, Authority to Settle Civil Claims By or Against Individuals
Chapter 6, Authority to Settle Existing Civil Claims By or Against Entities
Chapter 7, Contractual Requirements for Civil Claim Settlements
Chapter 8, Nonparty Interests in Civil Cases
Chapter 9, Effects of Partial Settlements on the Viability of Remaining Claims
Chapter 10, Effects of Partial Settlements on Later Trials
Chapter 11, Secrecy of Civil Case Settlements
Chapter 12, Enforcing Civil Case Settlements
Chapter 13, The Later Effects of Civil Case Settlements