Litigation Part 2

Litigation Part 2 - Motion to compel discovery Other Trial...

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Litigation Part 2
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Pleading and Parties Parties Summons Complaint Facts alleged, including  jurisdictional facts Causes of action, Counts Demand for relief Answer Admit Deny DKI Counterclaim Cross claim Third parties
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Discovery (Disclosure) Document Requests Interrogatories Depositions Requests to Examine
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Motions Papers Possible results Granted Denied Granted in part, denied in part Motion to dismiss Possible grounds : Statute of  Limitations, Statute of Frauds,  failure to state a claim Example Motion for summary judgment
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Unformatted text preview: Motion to compel discovery Other Trial Judge or jury Jury selection Opening Statements Evidence Testimony Documents Things Other exhibits Closing Statements Jury Instructions Verdict Judgment Attorneys fees Appeal Parties Grounds Procedure Opinions Majority Dissent Possible outcomes Affirm Reverse Modify Remand Other matters Enforcement of Judgments Settlement Alternate Dispute Resolution...
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2010 for the course LAW 1101 taught by Professor Reed during the Spring '08 term at CUNY Baruch.

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