Litigating a Personal Injury Case in Federal Court

02 Mar , 2023

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This is a one-hour survey of aspects of federal court practice, from drafting the complaint to final appeal, from the standpoint of personal injury litigation and related insurance litigation. It is designed for attorneys who already practice in their home states and emphasizes how federal practice is different, and how it is favorable for plaintiffs in some ways and favorable for defendants in other ways. The supplemental material contains an outline with numerous case and rules citations.

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