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Comprehensive coverage of discovery in Texas formerly was restricted to those with access to 26-volume Dorsaneo, Texas Litigation Guide. Now the author of this seminal work, Professor William V. Dorsaneo III, has collected portions of the Litigation Guide pertaining to discovery and compiled them into a convenient, affordable, and portable work, Dorsaneo's Texas Discovery.
Dorsaneo's Texas Discovery contains the most extensive, authoritative, and up-to-date coverage of discovery available in Texas, including treatise discussions, procedural guides, and the highly regarded forms that are a mainstay of Dorsaneo, Texas Litigation Guide.
Logically organized and comprehensively indexed, Dorsaneo's Texas Discovery is easy to use. Thanks to a form index as well as a main index, attorneys can locate the material they need in seconds.
The text of this publication is derived entirely from Matthew Bender's Dorsaneo, Texas Litigation Guide.
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Table of contents
Chapter 90 Discovery: Scope and Limitations
Chapter 90A Depositions Before Suit Chapter 91 Requests for Disclosure
Chapter 92 Discovery Related to Experts
Chapter 93 Requests for Production; Subpoenas
Chapter 94 Depositions
Chapter 95 Written Interrogatories
Chapter 96 Requests for Admissions
Chapter 97 Resisting Discovery
Chapter 98 Discovery Sanctions
Chapter 99 Electronic Discovery