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Judicial, Alternative and Online Dispute Resolution 1. Litigation a. Statute of Limitations b. Pleadings i. Complaint ii. Summons iii. Answer (1) Affirmative defenses iv. Cross complaint and reply v. Intervention vi. Consolidation 2. Discovery a. Deposition b. Interrogatories c. Production of Documents d. Physical or Mental Examination 3. Motions a. Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings = motion to dismiss b. Motion for summary judgment 4. Trial a. Judge or Jury b. Jury Selection c. Opening Statement d. Plaintiff’s case i. Direct Examination ii. Cross Examination e. Defendant’s case i. Direct Examination ii.
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Unformatted text preview: Cross Examination f. Rebuttal g. Jury Instructions h. Closing Arguments i. Jury Deliberation j. Verdict k. Judgment 5. Appeal a. Appellant = party who filed the appeal b. Appellee = party who opposes the appeal c. Appellate court will overturn finding of fact only if completely unsupported by the evidence d. Appellate court will overturn legal conclusion if erroneous 6. ADR a. Negotiation b. Arbitration i. Results in award c. Mediation sometimes called conciliation if shuttle diplomacy is used...
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