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Federal Civil Procedure Chart

Use this flowchart guide from the inception of a case to navigate through pleading issues, motion practice, discovery disputes and to help you prepare for trial or deal with post-trial motions.

Use this flowchart guide from the inception of a case to navigate through pleading issues, motion practice, discovery disputes and to help you prepare for trial or deal with post-trial motions.

  • In “Step One” you are prompted to consider “who,” “what,” “when,” and “where” issues such as subject matter jurisdiction, venue, statutes of limitation and party considerations.
  • In “Step Two” the attention turns to litigating the case before trial i.e. pleading, removal and discovery practice.
  • The focus in “Step Three” is summary judgment practice where many cases in federal court are decided. The attention in “Step Four” turns to trial-related procedures including pre-trial considerations and post-trial motions.

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Federal Civil Evidence Chart

Analyze any civil evidence issue through an easy and intuitive flowchart approach that takes you step by step through the logic of introducing testimony or exhibits.

Analyze any civil evidence issue through an easy and intuitive flowchart approach that takes you step by step through the logic of introducing testimony or exhibits.

This flowchart guide is designed to take you step by step through the logic of introducing evidence in a civil case in federal court.

  • “Step One” introduces preliminary considerations such as the phases of trial, evidentiary shortcuts and the concept of “opening the door.”
  • “Step Two” prompts you to consider the purpose for introducing evidence i.e. its relevancy and materiality or its use for impeachment.
  • “Step Three” turns to a consideration of evidentiary principles barring otherwise admissible evidence; namely, prejudice concerns and privilege.
  • Finally, in “Step Four,” your attention will turn to the mechanics of introducing evidence by laying the necessary foundation or predicate.

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Federal E-Discovery Chart

Learn and stay current on this “must know” cutting edge topic through a flowchart approach that takes you step by step through the analysis of preserving and disclosing electronically stored information.

Learn and stay current on this “must know” cutting edge topic through a flowchart approach that takes you step by step through the analysis of preserving and disclosing electronically stored information.

This flowchart guide takes you step by step through the analysis of e-discovery issues and is current through the 2015 Federal Rule amendments. Its author, attorney Steven Teppler, is a national authority on the topic.

  • In “Step One” you are introduced to the obligation and procedures to preserve electronically stored information arising either before or during suit.
  • “Step Two” turns to e-discovery considerations once suit is filed such as a discovery plan, disclosures and modes of formal discovery.
  • In “Step Three” you will review various types of e-discovery disputes as well as spoliation and sanctions.

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