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New York Civil Practice Before Trial

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New York Civil Practice Before Trial is a procedure guide that delivers quick and reliable answers with its unique outline format, tight writing, superb scholarship, and extensive citations. Its practice-tested forms and pattern paragraphs speed drafting.

You will find detailed coverage of:

•   Jurisdiction
•   Venue
•   Privileges
•   Standing and joinder
•   Production of documents
•   Pleadings
•   Physical and mental exams
•   Summons and service
•   Interrogatories
•   Motion practice
•   Depositions
•   Summary judgment
•   Notices to admit
•   TROs and injunctions
•   Settlement and ADR
•   Defaults.
•   Special proceedings.

The book is supported by 3,500 citations, over 130 forms, advice from the bench, recent case-based illustrations, practice-proven strategies, and step-by-step procedures. Coverage runs from taking the case up to trial, and will help you increase efficiency, improve your advocacy, craft better documents, resolve peripherial disputes, answer ethical questions, and avoid and fix mistakes. It delivers a new level of practicality, quality, thoughtfulness, ease of use, and affordability.

Table of Contents

Taking the Case
Presuit Activities
Statutes of Limitations
Subject Matter Jurisdiction
Personal Jurisdiction
Forum Selection: Venue and Removal
Summons, Service of Process, and Appearance
Motion Practice
Temporary Restraining Orders and Preliminary Injunctions
Interlocutory Appeals
All Discovery
Production of Documents and Other Things
Physical and Mental Examinations
Bills of Particulars and Interrogatories
Notices to Admit
Discovery Disputes
Motions to Dismiss
Summary Judgment
Expedited Judgment: CPLR 3213; 3222
Default Judgment; Dismissal for Failure to Act; Discontinuance
Settlement and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Simplified Procedure
Special Proceedings