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This newest edition of the Federal Litigation Guide is a 4-volume federal civil litigation practice guide (50 chapters), covering federal civil procedure, case law and evidentiary issues from the filing of the complaint through trial and appeal. Updated content includes the restyled and simplified Fed. R. Evid., fully updated Fed. R. Civ. P. Official Forms, and recent case law developments that affect some of the most critical issues handled by federal litigators, including stream of commerce analyses, determination of jurisdiction and class certification. Emphasis on practice-oriented information in a convenient outline format makes information easily accessible, and the "voice of experience" of highly qualified attorney authors overseen by Jenner & Block, LLC, Chicago, helps you practice with confidence in every case. In-depth coverage discusses the practical, strategic aspects of federal court litigation and helps you plan how to proceed throughout a federal case and how to use the federal rules and statutes to your best advantage.
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