Responding to the growing use of civil RICO by private litigants, this all-inclusive publication fills the need for knowledgeable discussion of the substantive law, while incorporating a close examination of the practical problems and procedural issues involved when litigating a RICO case.
• The first part of the treatise provides excellent coverage of the RICO statute, from the pattern and enterprise elements, to the specific acts proscribed by the statute
• The second part looks at the practical and procedural aspects of successfully litigating a civil RICO case including comprehensive coverage of defense and remedies with strategic and tactical guidance to help you obtain the best results possible
• Up-to-minute analysis of all of the latest cases from the Supreme Court and the courts of appeals
• Model forms, including a complaint and a standing order
First published in 1987.
This is one volume, loose-leaf.
Table of Contents
PART I SUBSTANTIVE LAW
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Racketeering Activity
Chapter 3 The Enterprise Element
Chapter 4 The Pattern Element
Chapter 5 Section 1962
PART II PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE
Chapter 6 Instituting a Civil RICO Action
Chapter 7 Pretrial Proceedings
Chapter 8 Trial and Appeal of a Civil RICO Action
Chapter 9 Defenses
Chapter 10 Remedies
APPENDIX OF STATUTES
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes