New Jersey Federal Civil Procedure

By Robert E. Bartkus, Elizabeth J. Sher and Kerri E. Chewning
Publisher: ALM

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Whether you go to federal court once a month or once a year, this is the perfect resource for you! New Jersey Federal Civil Procedure will now be issued annually, giving readers current information in the easiest possible format. This newly updated edition is a useful, initial research tool that shares new discussions of cases and amended rules and statutes.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Subject-Matter Jurisdiction
Chapter 2: Service of Summons and Personal Jurisdiction
Chapter 3: Venue
Chapter 4: Removal
Chapter 5: The Complaint
Chapter 6: Responding to the Complaint
Chapter 7: Injunctions
Chapter 8: Pretrial Management
Chapter 9: Discovery
Chapter 10: E-Discovery
Chapter 11: Motions
Chapter 12: Final Pretrial Orders
Chapter 13: Trials
Chapter 14: Trial and Post-Trial Motions
Chapter 15: Significant Variations Between the Federal and State Evidence and Court Rules
Chapter 16: Judgments
Chapter 17: Sanctions
Chapter 18: Attorneys' Fees
Chapter 19: Alternative Dispute Resolution: Arbitration, Mediation, and More
Chapter 20: Appellate Review
Chapter 21: Class Action Litigation
Chapter 22: Conflict of Laws
Chapter 23: Estoppel Principles
Chapter 24: Special Considerations in Cases Involving Foreign Parties
Chapter 25: Special Considerations in Cases Involving Civil RICO
Chapter 26: Special Considerations in Cases Involving Intellectual Property
Chapter 27: Special Considerations in Cases Involving Labor and Employment Law