Trying Cases in the Western District of Virginia Seminar Materials - SALE!

Publication Date: December 2013
Available Formats: Print
Pages: 270

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Content Summary:

  • Subject Matter and Personal Jurisdiction, Removal, and Other Pre-Filing Considerations
  • Discovery
  • Motions Practice
  • Pretrial Matters and Trial Preparation

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This comprehensive, stand-alone publication is direct from a December 2013 seminar. A hand-picked gathering of experienced trial lawyers and U.S. District and Magistrate Judges from the Western District will get you up to speed on the unique way things are done under the rules. You will be able to answer nine crucial questions:

1. Do I belong in federal court?
2. What could keep me out?
3. How can I use the discovery rules to my advantage?
4. Which motions may be appropriate for my case and when?
5. How can I succeed in pretrial/settlement conferences?
6. When is technology in the courtroom a good idea?
7. How do I sway the jury?
8. How can I avoid falling into traps for the unwary?
9. What role do magistrate judges play?

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SUBJECT MATTER AND PERSONAL JURISDICTION, REMOVAL,
AND OTHER PRE-FILING CONSIDERATIONS

Elizabeth K. Dillon
C. Kailani (Kai) Memmer


DISCOVERY
Phillip V. Anderson

MOTIONS PRACTICE
Melissa W. Robinson
R. Craig Wood


PRETRIAL MATTERS AND TRIAL PREPARATION
John P. Fishwick
Edward B. Lowry

Authors

Elizabeth K. Dillon

C. Kailani (Kai) Memmer

Phillip V. Anderson

Melissa W. Robinson

R. Craig Wood

John P. Fishwick

Edward B. Lowry

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