1 edition of Federal civil jurisdiction in a nutshell found in the catalog.
Federal civil jurisdiction in a nutshell
Lumen N. Mulligan
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Federal civil jurisdiction|
|Statement||Lumen N. Mulligan (Earl B. Shurtz Research Professor, University of Kansas School of Law)|
|Series||Nutshell series, Nutshell series|
|LC Classifications||KF8858 .M85 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 352 pages|
|Number of Pages||352|
From the inception, the Federal Civil Rules Handbook has aimed to bridge the ravine between a simple, austere reprinting of the Rules, and costly but exhaustive multivolume treatises exploring the Rules in comprehensive depth. The handbook occupies the middle-ground – a reprinting of the Rules accompanied by a sensibly comprehensive compendium of practical, quickly-accessed distillations of. Because Congress essentially copied RICO’s civil remedy provision (18 U.S.C. § (c)) from the civil remedies provision of the Clayton Anti-trust Act, 15 U.S.C. § 15(a), the Supreme Court adopted the Clayton Act’s four year statute of limitations as the limitations period applicable to all federal civil RICO claims. Return to Nutshell.
Congress granted federal courts exclusive jurisdiction over prosecutions for violations of the Civil Rights Acts and Enforcement Acts passed between and to protect the civil and voting rights of freed African Americans. Congress in the Revised Statutes of made jurisdiction over all federal criminal laws exclusive to federal courts. The book is targeted especially to students studying civil procedure, but it will also be of value for students in other courses covering topics such as federal courts, complex litigation, and civil rights. In addition, this volume will provide practitioners with a quick, clear refresher on the basics of federal civil jurisdiction.
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This volume presents a clear and concise overview of one of the most challenging topics covered in a standard 1L civil procedure course: subject matter jurisdiction of federal courts. Written by an award-winning classroom professor, this Nutshell makes extensive use of diagrams and flowcharts, while using scores of examples and hypotheticals Author: Lumen N.
Mulligan. The book is targeted especially to students studying civil procedure, but it will also be of value for students in other courses covering topics such as federal courts, complex litigation, and civil rights.
In addition, this volume will provide practitioners with a quick, clear Manufacturer: West Academic Publishing. Subject matter jurisdiction --Federal question jurisdiction --Diversity jurisdiction --Erie doctrine --Other grounds for original jurisdiction --Supplemental jurisdiction --Removal jurisdiction --Justiciability --Eleventh Amendment doctrine --Abstention doctrine.
Series Title: Nutshell series. Publication Date: September 1st, ISBN: Subject: Civil Procedure Series: Nutshells Type: Overviews Description: This volume presents a clear and concise overview of one of the most challenging topics covered in a standard 1L civil procedure course: subject matter jurisdiction of federal courts.
Written by an award-winning classroom professor, this Nutshell makes extensive use. Presents a concise overview of one of the most challenging topics covered in a civil procedure course: subject matter jurisdiction of federal courts. Written by an award-winning classroom professor, this updated book makes extensive use of diagrams and flowcharts, while using scores of examples and hypotheticals to illustrate key concepts.
The book is targeted especially to students studying civil procedure, but it will also be of value for students in other courses covering topics such as federal courts, complex litigation, and civil rights. In addition, this volume will provide practitioners with a quick, clear.
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This study aid on the subject of civil procedure is arranged topically. It includes pre-eminent case law citations for most of the major issues in federal civil procedure.
The book also provides a table of statutes and rules to allow the reader to find explanation for jurisdiction specific : Tammy Tran.
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This Nutshell book was the reading for the first day of class and we used a case book for the rest of the classes. I found Judge Canby's writing style very readable and understandable.
I used the table of contents for a study outline and the civil and criminal jurisdiction tables were helpful at exam time.5/5(5).
jurisdiction: The geographic area over which authority extends; legal authority; the authority to hear and determine causes of action. Jurisdiction generally describes any authority over a certain area or certain persons.
In the law, jurisdiction sometimes refers to a particular geographic area containing a defined legal authority. For. Civil Procedure in a Nutshell book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Even though the actual Federal Rule of Civil Procedure are fairly short, the application of the laws to a set of facts can easily be complicated.
For example - what should be the citizenship of a corporation, for jurisdiction purposes, HQ or /5. Author: R. Lawrence Dessem.
Publisher: West Academic ISBN: N.A Category: Law Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» This Nutshell focuses on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, covering changes that resulted from major amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Federal Rules of Evidence that became effective on December 1, One of over titles in West’s Law in a Nutshell series, this book is a comprehensive resource in an easy-to-read, concise format.
With a title representing almost every area of law, Nutshells provide a solid understanding of a specific area of law and include references to important cases that. Federal jurisdiction can be divided into two as.
federal question jurisdiction and; diversity jurisdiction. The United States district courts also have jurisdiction to hear only cases arising under federal law and treaties, cases involving ambassadors, admiralty cases, controversies between states or between a state and citizens of another.
It includes pre-eminent case law citations for most of the major issues in federal civil procedure. The book also provides a table of statutes and rules to allow the reader to find explanation for jurisdiction specific rules.
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