Designed to introduce American civil litigation and process to a wide audience: foreign LL.M. students, beginning American law students, undergraduates interested in law, and foreign lawyers, judges, and law professors. This succinct new paperback Litigating in America: Civil Procedure in Context explains the institutional bases and legal meaning of our procedural system, and captures American civil process at a time of change. It presents American civil procedure from several vantage points: the procedural doctrine that has evolved over time; the practical implications of that doctrine; the social context in which the doctrine grew, is used and abused; and the global context of how other systems may have made different choices. It is an excellent supplement to any casebook.Service may be rendered by an adult personally handing the papers to the defendant or by mailing the papers to the ... service of the summons and complaint are not waived by the plaintiff, than whoever served the complaint a#39;a#39; shall make proofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Litigating in America|
|Author||:||Stephen Subrin, Margaret Y. K. Woo|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 2006|