Kibel_CivPro_Exam_Fa10

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EXAM#____________ Final Examination Civil Procedure I Professor Paul Kibel Fall 2010 1. You have three (3) hours – or 180 minutes – to complete this exam. 2. This is a closed book exam. 3. This exam consists of three parts (described below). It is recommended that you spend approximately 60 minutes each for Part I, Part II and Part III of this exam. o Part I consists of one (1) longer essay question based on hypothetical facts. o Part II consists of three (3) short answers . o Part III consists of one (1) longer essay question based on hypothetical facts. Keeping these time recommendations in mind (which correspond to how the parts of exam will be weighted in terms of grading), you are free to spend more or less time on each part so long as you do not go over the three (3) hour limit, and you are free to go back and forth (between different parts) during the three (3) hours. 4. Please write your response in the blue books provided. Please write clearly . Write on every other line and every other page to permit instructor comments. 5. Write your exam number on your exam envelope. Put your correct class section and student exam # at the top of this page, each page of questions, each blue book, and the “ParSCORE TEST FORM.” Do not use your name, student ID number or Social Security Number on any exam materials. 6. At the conclusion of the exam, return all test materials, including blue books, ParScore answer sheet, scratch paper, and this exam packet to the envelope and submit it to the proctor. DO NOT seal the envelope. Students who do not return all exam materials at the end of the exam may not be graded. GOOD LUCK. KIBEL: Civ Pro II, Final, 10FL Page 1 of 4
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EXAM#____________ Part I—Essay Recommended Time – 60 minutes [Some of these facts are true while others are hypothetical] In 1952, author Ernest Hemingway (“Hemingway”) published his novel The Old Man and the Sea . At the time of publication, Hemingway secured protection under federal copyright law for the title and content of the novel. When Hemingway died in 1961 (in a suicide involving a shotgun), his rights to The Old Man and the Sea passed to his estate (the “Estate”).
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