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A necessity for any California practitioner, Hogan and Weber California Civil Discovery, Second Edition will help you avoid the common errors and pitfalls of discovery practice. Written by the principal drafter of the California Civil Discovery Act of 1986, this title delivers valuable step-by-step guidance through the complicated maze of requests, demands and motions. These materials will eliminate the uncertainty created by changing statutes, case law, and legislation that can muddle interpretation of rules and procedures. This two-volume set provides practical, easy-to-understand answers to the tough questions that arise in California discovery practice today. It is a treatise, which delves in depth into the hows and whys of the background of civil discovery providing valuable context for discovery arguments in addition to answering the basic questions of procedure. Increase your chances of success with valuable insight on these important topics:
• Oral and Written Depositions
• Inspection Demands
• Physical and Mental Examination
• Discovery Relevance
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION TO CIVIL DISCOVERY
Chapter 2 ORAL DEPOSITIONS IN CALIFORNIA
Chapter 3 WRITTEN DEPOSITIONS
Chapter 4 OUT OF STATE DISCOVERY
Chapter 5 INTERROGATORIES TO A PARTY
Chapter 6 INSPECTION DEMANDS
Chapter 7 INSPECTIONS OF ITEMS CONTROLLED BY NONPARTIES
Chapter 8 MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS: PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
Chapter 9 REQUESTS FOR ADMISSION
Chapter 10 EXPERT WITNESS DISCLOSURE
Chapter 11 DISCOVERY RELEVANCE
Chapter 12 PRIVILEGE
A. In General
B. The Privilege Against Self Incrimination
C. The Attorney Client Privilege
D. The Marital Privileges
E. The Physician Patient Privilege
F. The Psychotherapist Patient Privilege
G. The Newsperson's Privilege and Shield Law
H. The Privilege for Official Information
I. The Qualified Privilege for Private Information
J. The Taxpayer's Privilege
Chapter 13 WORK PRODUCT PROTECTION
Chapter 14 PRE SUIT AND POST SUIT DISCOVERY
Chapter 15 SANCTIONS
Appendix A CALIFORNIA CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
Appendix B CORRELATION TABLES
Appendix C CALIFORNIA CIVIL DISCOVERY ACT (As Amended Through 2003 Legislative Session)
Appendix D PROPOSED CALIFORNIA CIVIL DISCOVERY ACT OF 1986, and REPORTER'S NOTES
Appendix E CIVIL DISCOVERY ACT OF 1956 (As Amended Through 1985)
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes