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California Civil Litigation

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9781401858247

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1401858244
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Pub. Date:
8/24/2004
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Summary

This is a state-specific paralegal text and Study Guide that takes the student chronologically through the litigation process, covering not only the information necessary, but the experience of researching online, analysis, and producing work product just as paralegals do every day in litigation law offices.

Table of Contents

Preface xvii
Litigation Overview
1(10)
The Sources of Procedural Requirements
2(1)
The Litigation Process
2(1)
The Three Essential Events of Litigation
3(1)
Types of Paralegal Employers
3(2)
Litigation Law Firms
4(1)
Billing
4(1)
Legal Structure
4(1)
Law Firm Personnel
4(1)
Types of Practice
5(1)
The Role of the Litigation Paralegal
5(1)
Paralegals Increase Quality of Practice
5(1)
The Paralegal's Economic Role
6(1)
Conclusion
6(1)
Discussion Questions
6(1)
Online Projects
7(1)
Exhibit 1.1---Paralegal Job Description
8(2)
Exhibit 1.2---Paralegal Evaluation Form
10(1)
Ethics in Litigation
11(14)
Attorney Rules of Professional Conduct
12(4)
Unauthorized Practice
12(1)
Advertising and Solicitation
13(1)
Relationships Between Attorneys
13(1)
Relationships with Clients
13(1)
Terminating the Client Relationship
14(1)
Financial Relationships with Clients
15(1)
Advocacy and Representation
15(1)
Paralegal Professional Requirements
16(1)
Statutes Governing Paralegals
16(1)
Paralegal Voluntary Guidelines
16(1)
Conclusion
17(1)
Discussion Questions
17(1)
Online Projects
17(1)
Assignment
17(2)
Exhibit 2.1---State Court Official Form of Notice of Motion and Motion to be Relieved as Counsel
19(2)
Exhibit 2.2---State Court Official Form of Declaration in Support of Attorney's Motion to be Relieved as Counsel
21(2)
Exhibit 2.3---State Court Order Granting Attorney's Motion to be Relieved as Counsel
23(2)
Initiating the Client Relationship
25(19)
The Initial Contact
25(1)
The Initial Interview
26(1)
Meeting Firm Objectives
26(1)
Meeting Client Objectives
27(1)
Evaluating the Ethics of the Prospective Case
27(3)
Assessing Merit
27(1)
Confidentiality and Conflicts of Interest
28(1)
Conflicts Created by Paralegals
29(1)
Attorney as Witness
29(1)
Attorney Must Be Competent
29(1)
Evaluating the Business Considerations of the Prospective Case
30(1)
Evaluating Firm Interest in the Prospective Case
30(1)
Contracting with the Client
31(1)
Fees and Costs
31(1)
Fee Agreements
32(1)
Undertaking Representation
33(1)
Conclusion
34(1)
Discussion Questions
34(1)
Online Projects
34(1)
Assignments
35(1)
Exhibit 3.1---Contingency Fee Agreement
36(2)
Exhibit 3.2---Hourly Fee Agreement
38(2)
Exhibit 3.3---Sample Bill
40(1)
Exhibit 3.4---Sample Time Sheet
41(1)
Exhibit 3.5---Notice of Lien
42(1)
Exhibit 3.6---Official Form State Court: Substitution of Attorneys
43(1)
Courts in California
44(7)
Substantive Versus Procedural Laws
44(1)
Federal Courts in California
45(2)
California State Courts
47(1)
Superior Courts
47(1)
Courts of Appeal
47(1)
Supreme Court
48(1)
Administrative Courts
48(1)
Conclusion
49(1)
Discussion Questions
49(1)
Online Projects
49(1)
Assignment
49(1)
Exhibit 4.1---Court System Diagram
50(1)
Subject Matter Jurisdiction
51(8)
Subject Matter Jurisdiction in Federal Courts
52(1)
Diversity Jurisdiction
52(1)
Federal and State Subject Matter Jurisdiction Compared
53(1)
Subject Matter Jurisdiction of California State Courts
53(2)
Limited Versus Unlimited Jurisdiction
53(1)
Amount in Controversy
53(1)
Effect of Joinder on Amounts in Controversy
54(1)
Exclusive and Concurrent Jurisdiction between Federal and State Courts
55(1)
Conclusion
55(1)
Discussion Questions
55(1)
Online Projects
56(1)
Assignment
56(1)
Exhibit 5.1---Notice of Removal
57(2)
Personal Jurisdiction
59(17)
Types of Personal Jurisdiction
60(1)
In Personam Jurisdiction
60(1)
In Rem Jurisdiction
60(1)
Quasi In Rem Jurisdiction
61(1)
Analyzing Personal Jurisdiction
61(1)
Asserting Personal Jurisdiction
62(1)
Asserting In Personam Personal Jurisdiction Through Consent
62(1)
Asserting In Personam Personal Jurisdiction Through Minimum Contacts
63(1)
General and Limited Jurisdiction
63(1)
Challenging Personal Jurisdiction
64(1)
Forum non Conveniens
65(1)
Venue
65(1)
Local and Transitory Actions
66(1)
Conclusion
66(1)
Discussion Questions
67(1)
Online Projects
67(1)
Assignments
67(1)
Exhibit 6.1---State Court Motion to Transfer Action
68(8)
Introduction to Pleadings
76(6)
Causes of Action
77(1)
Types of Pleadings
77(1)
Affirmative Claims for Relief by Defendants
77(1)
Real Parties in Interest
78(1)
Capacity
79(1)
Joinder
79(1)
Conclusion
80(1)
Discussion Questions
81(1)
Online Projects
81(1)
Assignments
81(1)
Complaints and Cross-Complaints
82(36)
Complaints in State Courts
82(3)
The Caption
83(1)
Naming the Parties
84(1)
Naming ``Doe'' Defendants
84(1)
The Allegations
85(5)
Drafting Allegations
86(1)
Pleading Devices
87(1)
Pleading with Particularity
88(1)
The Prayer
88(1)
Subscription and Verification
89(1)
Service of Summons for State Court Complaints
90(3)
Methods of Service for State Court Cases
91(1)
Cross-Complaints
91(1)
Official Form Pleading
92(1)
Pleading in Federal Courts
93(1)
Notice Pleading Versus Fact Pleading
93(1)
Joinder
93(1)
Venue and Forum Non Conveniens
94(1)
Drafting Pleadings in Federal Court
94(1)
Local Rules
94(1)
Methods of Service of Federal Court Cases
94(1)
Form Books and Drafting Tips
95(1)
Conclusion
96(1)
Discussion Questions
96(1)
Online Projects
96(1)
Assignments
96(2)
Exhibit 8.1---State Court Complaint
98(5)
Exhibit 8.2---Civil Case Cover Sheet
103(1)
Exhibit 8.3---State Court Summons
104(2)
Exhibit 8.4---State Court Notice and Acknowledgment
106(1)
Exhibit 8.5---Complaint for Breach of Contract
107(7)
Exhibit 8.6---Federal Court Complaint
114(4)
Answering the Complaint
118(12)
Answering a State Court Complaint
118(3)
Denials to State Court Complaints
119(1)
Affirmative Defenses
120(1)
Drafting Affirmative Defenses
120(1)
Forms of Answers in State Court
121(1)
Answering a Federal Court Complaint
121(1)
Conclusion
122(1)
Discussion Questions
122(1)
Online Projects
122(1)
Assignments
122(1)
Exhibit 9.1---General Denial to State Court Complaint
123(2)
Exhibit 9.2---Answer to State Court Cross-Complaint
125(3)
Exhibit 9.3---State Court Form Answer
128(2)
Attacking the Pleadings
130(14)
Attacking the Pleadings in State Court
130(4)
Strategic Reasons to Attack the Pleadings
131(1)
Demurrers and Motions for Judgment on the Pleadings
131(1)
General Demurrers
132(1)
Special Demurrers
132(1)
Basic Demurrer Procedures
133(1)
Motions to Strike
134(1)
Attacking the Pleadings in Federal Court
134(1)
Conclusion
134(1)
Discussion Questions
135(1)
Online Projects
135(1)
Assignment
135(1)
Exhibit 10.1---Demurrer and Motion to Strike State Court Complaint
136(6)
Exhibit 10.2---Motion to Dismiss Federal Court Complaint
142(2)
Amending the Pleadings
144(6)
Amending State Court Pleadings
144(3)
Amending by Right
144(1)
Amending by Leave of Court
145(1)
Considerations of the Court Granting Leave
146(1)
Relation Back Doctrine
146(1)
Amending Pleadings in Federal Court
147(1)
Conclusion
147(1)
Discussion Questions
147(1)
Online Projects
148(1)
Assignments
148(1)
Exhibit 11.1---Notice of Motion for Leave to Amend Complaint
149(1)
Calendaring Pleadings
150(12)
Basic Calendar Rules
151(1)
Calendaring in State Court
152(3)
Statutes of Limitations
152(1)
Dismissal Statutes
152(1)
Deadlines for Responses to Pleadings
153(1)
Calendaring Demurrers
153(1)
Calendaring Motions to Quash
154(1)
Calendaring in Federal Court
155(1)
Failure to Prosecute
155(1)
Responding to Pleadings
155(1)
Sample Calendaring Problems
155(2)
Sample Calendar
157(1)
Conclusion
157(1)
Discussion Questions
157(1)
Online Projects
158(1)
Assignments
158(1)
Sample Calendar
159(1)
Exhibit 12.1---Calendaring Calendar for Computing Days
160(1)
Exhibit 12.2---Proof of Service
161(1)
Discovery Overview
162(12)
The Purposes of Discovery
163(1)
Improving Presentation of Trial Evidence
163(1)
Focusing on Issues
163(1)
Eliminating Surprise at Trial
163(1)
The Disadvantages of Discovery
164(1)
Expense of Discovery
164(1)
Discovery Disputes
164(1)
Educating the Opposition
165(1)
Overview of Discovery Tools
165(1)
Discovery Plans
166(1)
The Goals of a Discovery Plan
166(1)
Limits to Discovery
167(3)
Scope of Permissible Discovery
167(1)
Privileges
168(1)
Attorney-Client Privilege
168(1)
Attorney-Workproduct Privilege
169(1)
Limitations on the Timing and Quantity of Discovery in State Court
169(1)
Limitations on Timing and Quantity of Discovery in Federal Court
170(1)
Discovery Sanctions
170(1)
Conclusion
170(1)
Discussion Questions
171(1)
Online Projects
171(1)
Assignments
171(1)
Exhibit 13.1---Discovery Plan
172(2)
Interrogatories
174(32)
Advantages of Interrogatories
174(1)
Disadvantages of Interrogatories
175(1)
Basic State Court Interrogatory Rules
175(3)
Timing
175(1)
Caption
175(1)
Format
176(1)
Form of Questions
176(1)
Limitations on the Numbers of Interrogatories
177(1)
Exceeding the ``Rule of Thirty-Five''
177(1)
Subscription and Service
178(1)
Basic Federal Court Interrogatory Rules
178(1)
Types of Interrogatories
179(1)
Contention Interrogatories
179(1)
Fact Interrogatories
179(1)
Interrogatories to Identify Documents
180(1)
Drafting Interrogatories
180(1)
Responding to Interrogatories
180(1)
Protective Order
181(1)
Timing
181(1)
Failure to Respond
181(1)
Responding to Interrogatories
181(2)
Identifying Objectionable Interrogatories
181(1)
Proper Interrogatory Objections
182(1)
Improper Objections
182(1)
Drafting Responses to Interrogatories
183(1)
Challenges to Responses
183(1)
Motion to Compel Further Answers
183(1)
Motion to Compel Answers
184(1)
Sanctions
184(1)
Conclusion
184(1)
Discussion Questions
184(1)
Online Projects
185(1)
Assignments
185(2)
Exhibit 14.1---Official Form Interrogatories Unlimited Civil Cases
187(8)
Exhibit 14.2---Official Form Interrogatories Limited Civil Cases
195(4)
Exhibit 14.3---State Court Interrogatories
199(2)
Exhibit 14.4---Federal Court Interrogatories
201(2)
Exhibit 14.5---Federal Court Responses to Interrogatories
203(3)
Requests for Admissions
206(10)
Basic Requests for Admissions Rules
207(1)
Timing
207(1)
Format
207(1)
Drafting Requests for Admissions
208(1)
Responding to Requests for Admissions
209(1)
Timing
209(1)
Failure to Respond Properly
209(1)
Failure to Respond Properly in State Court Cases
209(1)
Failure to Respond Properly in Federal Court Cases
210(1)
Conclusion
210(1)
Discussion Questions
210(1)
Online Projects
210(1)
Assignment
210(1)
Exhibit 15.1---State Court Form Request for Admissions
211(1)
Exhibit 15.2---State Court Requests for Admissions
212(2)
Exhibit 15.3---Federal Court Response to Requests for Admissions
214(2)
Depositions
216(26)
Advantages of Depositions
216(1)
Disadvantages of Depositions
217(1)
Basic Deposition Rules
217(1)
Timing
217(1)
Deponents
218(1)
Types of Depositions
218(1)
Party Depositions in State Court
218(1)
Third-Party Depositions in State Court
219(1)
Party and Third-Party Depositions in Federal Court
220(1)
Personal and Consumer Records
220(1)
Deposition Procedures
221(1)
Role of the Paralegal
222(1)
Preparing for the Deposition
222(1)
Deposition Outlines
222(1)
Preparing Deponents
223(1)
Deposition Summaries
223(1)
Technology and Depositions
224(1)
Conclusion
225(1)
Discussion Questions
225(1)
Online Projects
225(1)
Assignments
226(1)
Exhibit 16.1---Notice of Deposition with Documents
227(2)
Exhibit 16.2---Deposition Subpoena
229(2)
Exhibit 16.3---Deposition Subpoena for Business Records
231(2)
Exhibit 16.4---Deposition Subpoena for Appearance and Production of Documents and Things
233(2)
Exhibit 16.5---Notice that Consumer Records Are Sought
235(2)
Exhibit 16.6---Table of Contents Deposition Summary
237(1)
Exhibit 16.7---Narrative Deposition Summary
238(1)
Exhibit 16.8---Chronological Deposition Summary
239(1)
Exhibit 16.9---Topic Deposition Summary
240(1)
Exhibit 16.10---Topic Index Deposition Summary
241(1)
Obtaining and Using Tangible Evidence
242(11)
Basic Demand for Inspection Rules
243(1)
Timing
243(1)
Format
243(1)
Responses to Requests to Inspect
243(1)
Timing
243(1)
Format
244(1)
Enforcing the Demand
244(1)
The Production
245(1)
Role of the Paralegal in Inspection Demands
245(1)
Organizing and Analyzing Documentary Evidence
246(2)
Conclusion
248(1)
Discussion Questions
248(1)
Online Projects
248(1)
Assignments
248(1)
Exhibit 17.1---State Court Request for Inspection
249(2)
Exhibit 17.2---Federal Court Response to Request for Inspection
251(2)
Independent Medical Examinations
253(8)
State Court IMES
254(3)
Basic Physical IME Demand Rules
254(1)
Basic Physical IME Response Rules
255(1)
The Examination
255(1)
The Physical IME Report
256(1)
The Mental IME
256(1)
Other IMEs in State Court Actions
257(1)
Federal Court IMES
257(1)
The Paralegal's Role in IMES
257(1)
Conclusion
257(1)
Discussion Questions
258(1)
Online Projects
258(1)
Assignment
258(1)
Exhibit 18.1---State Court Request for IME
259(1)
Exhibit 18.2---IME Client Instructions
260(1)
Expert Witness Discovery
261(9)
Expert Discovery in State Court
262(2)
Basic Rules for State Court Demand for Expert Exchange
262(1)
The Response to Demand for Exchange
263(1)
Late-Disclosed Experts
264(1)
Expert Discovery in Federal Court
264(1)
Expert Depositions
264(2)
Expert Depositions in State Court
264(2)
Conclusion
266(1)
Discussion Questions
266(1)
Online Projects
266(1)
Assignment
266(1)
Exhibit 19.1---State Court Demand to Exchange Expert Lists
267(1)
Exhibit 19.2---State Court Expert Disclosure
268(2)
Calendaring Discovery
270(8)
Limiting Discovery
270(1)
Calendaring Discovery Tools
271(1)
Interrogatories
271(1)
Depositions
271(1)
Requests for Admissions
272(1)
Demands for Inspection
272(1)
Independent Medical Examinations
272(1)
Expert Witness Disclosure
272(1)
Sample Discovery Calendaring Problems
272(4)
Sample Calendar
276(1)
Conclusion
276(1)
Discussion Questions
276(1)
Online Projects
277(1)
Assignments
277(1)
Law and Motion
278(29)
Law and Motion Courts
278(1)
Motions
279(1)
General Caption and Format Rules
279(2)
Captions
280(1)
Scheduling the Motion
280(1)
Preparing for Filing
280(1)
Motion Structure
281(2)
Notice
281(1)
Memorandum of Points and Authorities
282(1)
Supporting Evidence
282(1)
Argument
283(1)
Proposed Orders
283(1)
Service and Filing
283(1)
Opposing Motions
284(1)
Replying to the Opposition
284(1)
Tentative Rulings
284(1)
Law and Motion Hearings
285(1)
Orders of the Court
285(1)
Sanctions
286(1)
Ex Parte Motions
287(1)
Form and Format of Ex Parte Motions
287(1)
Ex Parte Orders
288(1)
Paralegals and Ex Parte Motions
288(1)
Specific Types of Motions
288(1)
Amending Pleadings
288(1)
Discovery Motions
289(1)
Motions for Reconsideration and Renewing Motions
289(1)
The Paralegal's Role in Drafting Motions and Oppositions to Motions
290(1)
Conclusion
291(1)
Discussion Questions
291(1)
Online Projects
291(1)
Assignment
291(3)
Exhibit 21.1---State Court Notice of Motion
294(2)
Exhibit 21.2---State Court Memorandum of Points and Authorities
296(3)
Exhibit 21.3---State Court Supporting Declaration
299(2)
Exhibit 21.4---State Court Proposed Order
301(2)
Exhibit 21.5---State Court Separate Statement of Deposition Questions in Dispute
303(2)
Exhibit 21.6---State Court Proof of Service of Moving Papers
305(1)
Exhibit 21.7---State Court Official Form Fax Cover Sheet
306(1)
Summary Judgment
307(22)
Grounds for Summary Judgment
308(1)
Summary Adjudication
308(1)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Summary Judgment
309(1)
Form and Format of Summary Judgment Motions
309(4)
Timing Limitations
310(1)
Notice Requirements
310(1)
Noticing the Motion
310(1)
Memorandum of Points and Authorities
311(1)
Supporting Evidence
311(1)
Declarations
311(1)
Admissions and Discovery Responses
312(1)
Documentary Evidence
312(1)
Judicial Notice
313(1)
Separate Statement of Undisputed Fact
313(1)
Opposing Motions for Summary Judgment and Summary Adjudication
313(1)
Replying to the Opposition
314(1)
Orders
314(1)
Conclusion
314(1)
Discussion Questions
314(1)
Online Projects
315(1)
Assignment
315(2)
Exhibit 22.1---State Court Notice of Summary Judgment Motion
317(2)
Exhibit 22.2---Points and Authorities in Support of Summary Judgment
319(3)
Exhibit 22.3---Declaration in Support of Summary Judgment
322(2)
Exhibit 22.4---Statement of Undisputed Material Facts
324(3)
Exhibit 22.5---Proposed Order for Summary Judgment
327(2)
Trial-Setting Procedures
329(17)
Trial-Setting Procedures in State Court
329(3)
Case Management
330(1)
Motions for Preference
330(1)
Mandatory Settlement Conference
330(1)
Voluntary Settlement Conference
331(1)
CCP Section 998
331(1)
Partial Settlements
332(1)
Trial-Setting Procedures in Federal Court
332(1)
Initial Status Conferences
332(1)
Pretrial Conferences
333(1)
Settlements
333(1)
Conclusion
333(1)
Discussion Questions
333(1)
Online Projects
333(1)
Assignment
334(1)
Exhibit 23.1---State Court Mandatory Case Management Statement
335(4)
Exhibit 23.2---State Court Request for Dismissal
339(1)
Exhibit 23.3---Settlement Agreement and Release
340(3)
Exhibit 23.4---State Court Notice of Settlement
343(1)
Exhibit 23.5---State Court CCP Section 998 Offer
344(1)
Exhibit 23.6---Federal Court FRCP Rule 68 Demand for Judgment
345(1)
Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution
346(18)
Alternative Dispute Resolution
346(2)
Mediation
348(1)
Voluntary Nonjudicial Arbitration
349(1)
Appeals from Nonjudicial Arbitration
349(1)
Judicial Arbitration
350(2)
Assignment to Arbitration
350(1)
Assignment of an Arbitrator
350(1)
The Arbitration
350(1)
Trial De Novo
351(1)
Conclusion
352(1)
Discussion Questions
352(1)
Online Projects
352(1)
Assignment
352(1)
Exhibit 24.1---Alameda County Superior Court ADR Information Package
353(6)
Exhibit 24.2---Mediation Confidentiality Agreement
359(1)
Exhibit 24.3---Notice of Evidence to Be Offered at Arbitration
360(1)
Exhibit 24.4---Declaration Re: Evidence for Arbitration
361(2)
Exhibit 24.5---Arbitrator's Award for Los Angeles Superior Court
363(1)
Trial Preparation
364(20)
Anticipating the Trial Date
365(1)
The Trial Strategy Memorandum
365(1)
Four Stages of Trial Preparation
366(1)
Reviewing Existing Workproduct
366(2)
Document Organization
367(1)
Workproduct Review
367(1)
Deposition Summaries
368(1)
Legal Memoranda
368(1)
Creating New Workproduct for Trial Use
368(3)
Witness-Related Workproduct
368(1)
Tangible Evidence
369(1)
Demonstrative Evidence
370(1)
Compelling Attendance of Witnesses and Production of Evidence at Trial
371(1)
Jury Fees
372(1)
Preparation of the Trial Book
372(1)
A Word About the ``Paperless Office''
373(1)
Conclusion
374(1)
Discussion Questions
374(1)
Online Projects
374(1)
Assignments
374(1)
Exhibit 25.1---State's Court Trial Preparation Calendar
375(1)
Exhibit 25.2---Trial Subpoena
376(2)
Exhibit 25.3---Trial Subpoena Duces Tecum
378(3)
Exhibit 25.4---Jury Chart
381(1)
Exhibit 25.5---Witness Examination Outline Format
382(1)
Exhibit 25.6---Exhibit Foundation/Admission Form
383(1)
Trial Procedures
384(20)
Assignment to Trial Department
384(1)
``Trailing'' for Trial
385(1)
Challenging the Trial Judge
385(1)
Peremptory Challenges of State Court Judges
385(1)
CCP Section 170.6 Challenges in Master Calendar Jurisdictions
386(1)
CCP Section 170.6 Challenges in Direct Calendar Jurisdictions
386(1)
Challenging the Trial Judge for Cause
386(1)
State Court Challenges for Cause
387(1)
Federal Court Challenges for Cause
387(1)
Recusal
387(1)
Pretrial Conference
387(2)
Pretrial Conferences in Master Calendar Jurisdictions
387(1)
Pretrial Conferences in Direct Calendar Jurisdictions
388(1)
Pretrial Conferences in Federal Court
388(1)
Pretrial Conferences for Bench Trials
389(1)
Issues for Pretrial Resolution
389(2)
Motions in Limine
389(1)
Jury Instructions
389(2)
Jury Selection
391(1)
The Trial
392(1)
Opening Statements
392(1)
Dispositive Motions
392(1)
The Evidentiary Portion of Trial
392(1)
Concluding the Trial
393(1)
Conclusion
394(1)
Discussion Questions
394(1)
Online Projects
394(1)
Assignments
394(1)
Exhibit 26.1---Sample Jury Instruction
395(1)
Exhibit 26.2---Juror Questionnaire
396(7)
Exhibit 26.3---Exhibit Admission Form
403(1)
Judgments and Post-Trial Motions
404(14)
The Judgment in State Court
404(1)
Post-Trial Motions in State Court
405(4)
Motions for Fees and Costs
405(1)
Motions for Judgment Notwithstanding the Verdict
405(1)
Motions for New Trial and to Vacate the Judgment
406(1)
Considering Post-Trial Motions
407(1)
Form and Format of Post-Trial Motions
407(2)
Post-Trial Motions in Federal Court
409(1)
The Paralegal's Role in Post-Trial Motions
409(1)
Conclusion
409(1)
Discussion Questions
410(1)
Online Projects
410(1)
Assignments
410(1)
Exhibit 27.1---Notice of Entry of State Court Judgment
411(1)
Exhibit 27.2---State Court Judgment
412(2)
Exhibit 27.3---State Court Judicial Form Memorandum of Costs (Worksheet)
414(3)
Exhibit 27.4---State Court Judicial Form Memorandum of Costs (Summary)
417(1)
Appeals
418(19)
Standards of Review
418(1)
Appeals from State Trial Courts
419(1)
Appeal Bonds
420(1)
Appeals From Unlimited Civil Case Judgments
420(6)
The Notice of Appeal
420(1)
Preparing the Record
421(1)
The Reporter's Transcript
421(1)
The Clerk's Transcript
422(1)
Agreed Statement
423(1)
Settled Statements
424(1)
Briefing the Appeal: Form and Format
424(2)
Appeals from Judgments in Limited Civil Cases
426(1)
Petition for Review by the California Supreme Court
427(1)
Appeals from the Federal District Courts
428(1)
Record on Appeal
428(1)
Presenting the Appeal
428(1)
Appeal to the United States Supreme Court
429(1)
The Appellate Paralegal's Role
429(1)
Conclusion
430(1)
Discussion Questions
430(1)
Online Projects
430(1)
Assignment
430(1)
Exhibit 28.1---State Court Notice of Appeal
431(1)
Exhibit 28.2---State Appellate Civil Case Information Statement
432(2)
Exhibit 28.3---State Notice Designating Record on Appeal
434(3)
Provisional Remedies and Extraordinary Writs
437(23)
Provisional Remedies
437(4)
Injunctions
437(2)
Receiverships
439(1)
Claim and Delivery
440(1)
Attachment
440(1)
Extraordinary Writs
441(1)
Writ of Mandamus
441(1)
Writ of Administrative Mandamus
441(1)
Writ of Prohibition
442(1)
Writ of Certiorari
442(1)
The Paralegal's Role in Obtaining Provisional Remedies and Writ Practice
442(1)
Conclusion
442(1)
Discussion Questions
443(1)
Online Projects
443(1)
Assignment
443(1)
Exhibit 29.1---Federal Court Temporary Restraining Order and Order to Show Cause
444(2)
Exhibit 29.2---State Court Official Form Ex Parte Application for Writ of Attachment
446(2)
Exhibit 29.3---State Court Official Form Notice of Application for Writ of Attachment
448(3)
Exhibit 29.4---State Court Official Form Application for Writ of Attachment
451(3)
Exhibit 29.5---State Court Official Form Order for Writ of Attachment
454(2)
Exhibit 29.6---Superior Court Petition for Writ of Administrative Mandate
456(4)
Appendix 460(13)
Glossary 473(10)
Index 483


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