Texas Pretrial Practice
A step-by-step outline format and proven practice tips help you avoid pitfalls. Procedure and law outlines in the publication are supported by 2,700 case citations summarized in plain English.
Texas Pretrial: Step by Step
When civil procedure challenges arise, sage advice can make a big difference in your hours, stress, and results. Texas Pretrial Practice probes every step of civil procedure before trial. This problem-solving manual covers each portion of pretrial procedure and focuses on the issues that arise in pleading, motions, and discovery.
Chief Justice Scott Brister of the 14th Court of Appeals and veteran Dallas trial lawyer Dan Boyd have set a new standard of excellence for Texas legal resources with thorough coverage of:
Jurisdiction & venue
Citation & service of process
TROs & injunctions
Requests for admission
Inspection of documents
Physical & mental exams
Settlement & ADR
Outline format and tight writing. The frequent headings, short paragraphs, plain English, and clear writing speed your access and understanding. Chapter tabs and a detailed index make searching quick and easy.
Proven practice tips. Advantages and disadvantages, cautions, caveats, examples, tactics, tips, and more keep you clear of pitfalls and help you plot strategy.
Recent cases. Legal principles are supported with current, summarized cases rather than lengthy string citations with no differentiation.
Direct answers to tough discovery questions. Texas Pretrial Practice provides authoritative and direct responses to every discovery issues.
And much more--nine detailed chapters are devoted to discovery issues.
Procedure and law outlines are supported by 3,200 cases and over 220 forms. Principles of law are illustrated with recent case examples, not strings of undifferentiated case citations. And the book is packed with tips on how to:
* Avoid and fix mistakes
* Resolve peripheral disputes
* Craft better documents
* Answer ethical questions
* Process cases efficiently
* Improve your advocacy
Texas Pretrial Practice delivers quick and reliable answers with its fast-access outline format, tight writing, superb scholarship, and extensive citations. Its practice-tested forms speed drafting.
- 2013 James Publishing, Inc.
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