Chapter 5 Pre-Law 100 Study Guide

Chapter 5 Pre-Law 100 Study Guide - Study Guide-Chapter 5...

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Study Guide-Chapter 5 1. What are the most common forms of ADR, and how do they differ from each other? 2. What types of disputes are best suited to resolution through ADR? Which are least appropriate? 3. What do the proponents of ADR see as the advantages of ADR over traditional litigation? 4. What are the three basic stages of civil litigation? 5. What rules govern civil litigation in federal courts? 6. What issues have to be considered in deciding who should be sued? 7. How does a class action differ from one brought by and on behalf of an individual? 8. If someone says that a particular court does not have jurisdiction over a lawsuit, what is meant by that? 9. What is the difference between subject matter jurisdiction and personal jurisdiction? 10. What is the purpose of first requiring litigants to exhaust their administrative remedies? 11. How does an administrative hearing differ from a civil trial? 12. What is the purpose of each of the following pleadings:
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