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New Jersey Federal Civil Procedure 2019

  • ID: 4749359
  • Book
  • December 2018
  • Region: United States
  • 1258 Pages
  • ALM Media, LLC
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Whether you go to federal court once a month or once a year, this is the perfect resource for you! New Jersey Federal Civil Procedure will now be issued as a one-volume annual paperback, giving readers current information in the easiest possible format. No more complicated stand-alone updates! This newly updated edition is a useful, initial research tool that shares new discussions of cases and amended rules and statutes.
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Chapter 1: Subject-Matter Jurisdiction

Chapter 2: Service of Summons and Personal Jurisdiction

Chapter 3: Venue

Chapter 4: Removal

Chapter 5: Injunctions

Chapter 6: The Complaint

Chapter 7: Responding to the Complaint

Chapter 8: Motions

Chapter 9: Class Action Litigation

Chapter 10: Pretrial Management

Chapter 11: Alternative Dispute Resolution:

Arbitration, Mediation, and More

Chapter 12: Discovery

Chapter 13: E-Discovery

Chapter 14: Final Pretrial Orders

Chapter 15: Trials

Chapter 16: Trial and Post-Trial Motions

Chapter 17: Judgments

Chapter 18: Conflict of Laws

Chapter 19: Estoppel Principles

Chapter 20: Sanctions

Chapter 21: Attorneys Fees

Chapter 22: Appellate Review

Chapter 23: Special Considerations in Cases Involving Foreign Parties

Chapter 24: Special Considerations in Cases Involving Civil RICO

Chapter 25: Special Considerations in Cases Involving Intellectual Property

Chapter 26: Special Considerations in Cases Involving Labor and Employment Law

Chapter 27: Special Considerations in Cases Involving Evidence

Table of Cases

Table of Rules

Table of Statutes

Table of Conventions


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Robert E. Bartkus is Of Counsel to McCusker, Anselmi, Rosen & Carvelli, P.C. (and a former member of Dillon, Bitar & Luther, L.L.C.) in Florham Park, New Jersey, where he has concentrated in commercial litigation and now devotes his practice to mediation and arbitration. He graduated in 1968 with honors in economics from Swarthmore College, where he was an Open Scholar, and in 1976 from Stanford Law School, where he was co-articles editor on the Stanford Law Review and a post-graduate teaching assistant. His Innovation Competition: Beyond Telex v. IBM, 28 Stan. L. Rev. 285 (Jan. 1976), was prescient regarding contemporary monopolization issues and coined the term “predatory innovation.” He began New Jersey Civil Practice as a project of the NJSBA Federal Practice Committee (now section) and has been an editor of the ALM publication New Jersey Federal Civil Procedure since 1999, initially a hardbound book and now an annual soft cover. A contributor to the New Jersey Law Journal on federal procedural issues.
Mr. Bartkus is a member of its editorial board. He also has been a frequent author and lecturer on federal procedure and arbitration, including “Drafting International Arbitration Clauses” in New Jersey Lawyermagazine, and an arbitrator and mediator for the U.S. District Court. Mr. Bartkus is past chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Federal Practice and Procedure Section and the New Jersey Supreme Court Ethics and Fee Arbitration (chair) committees in Morris County. He is a Vice President of the Historical Society of the U.S. District Court and a Master in the John Lifland Intellectual Property Inn of Court. He has served as an arbitrator on scores of federal, NASD, and AAA matters over three decades. In 2016, he was elected as a Fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators. He served as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy from 1968 to 1972.
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