Cases and Materials on Discovery Practice in the Federal Courts, 2nd Edition
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This is a casebook on discovery practice in the federal courts. It is designed for classroom use in law school. The book begins with the History of Discovery, followed by an Introduction to the Federal Rules Regarding Discovery, the Scope of Discovery, Methods of Discovery, Electronic Discovery, and Discovery Abuse and Sanctions. Because the book is designed for use in the classroom, I rely heavily on cases, other primary authority, advisory committee notes, brief excerpts from secondary sources, and the rules themselves. Each case or other authority is preceded by a note where I try to guide the reader with back-ground or questions that I hope highlight the most important aspects of the reading. The book also contains in-depth discussion of the 2015 amendments to the discovery rules.
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federal law, courts, trials
Civil Procedure | Law
Donweber, Stephen, "Cases and Materials on Discovery Practice in the Federal Courts, 2nd Edition" (2015). Books. 329.