Moore's AnswerGuide Federal Discovery Practice answers your basic questions about discovery in federal civil cases, including topics such as privilege, discovery of electronically stored information, and discovery from nonparties. Reflecting the important rule amendments on time-computation effective December 1, 2009, this authoritative desk reference provides: ac Succinct answers to major points of federal practice. ac Expert analyses, strategic pointers, warnings, circuit split discussions, and other case-oriented insight. ac Numerous checklists, providing step-by-step guidance for discovery procedures. ac Hundreds of cross-references to Moore's Federal Practice, Bender's Federal Practice Forms, Federal Litigation Guide, and other sources for more detailed analysis and forms. AnswerGuide products are available in print and online and combine practical answers with guidance to relevant cases, codes, rules and in-depth analytical sources. In print, Moore's AnswerGuide Federal Discovery Practice serves as a portable practice resource for the federal litigator. Cites to case law, statutory and analytical cross-references are designed to bridge the gap between print and online sources, making in-depth research easier and more on-point than ever before. Test for Discovery of Opinion Work Product Is More Stringent When a party seeks discovery of aopiniona work product, the ... 383, 401a402, 101 S. Ct. 677, 66 L. Ed. 2d 584 (1981) (declining to decide whether any showing of necessity cananbsp;...
|Title||:||Moore's AnswerGuide: Federal Discovery Practice|
|Author||:||The Law Firm of JENNER & BLOCK LLP Chicago|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2012-05-19|