9780941916707-0941916707-Full Disclosure: Combating Stonewalling and Other Discovery Abuses

Full Disclosure: Combating Stonewalling and Other Discovery Abuses

ISBN-13: 9780941916707
ISBN-10: 0941916707
Edition: First Edition
Author: Francis H. Hare Jr., James L. Gilbert, Stuart A. Ollanik
Publication date: 1995
Publisher: ATLA Press
Format: Paperback 439 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780941916707
ISBN-10: 0941916707
Edition: First Edition
Author: Francis H. Hare Jr., James L. Gilbert, Stuart A. Ollanik
Publication date: 1995
Publisher: ATLA Press
Format: Paperback 439 pages

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Acknowledged authors Francis H. Hare Jr., James L. Gilbert, Stuart A. Ollanik wrote Full Disclosure: Combating Stonewalling and Other Discovery Abuses comprising 439 pages back in 1995. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 0941916707 and 9780941916707. Since then Full Disclosure: Combating Stonewalling and Other Discovery Abuses textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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This book is an indispensable ally in the document wars that have become part of defense strategies in every litigation. Whether you are an inexperienced or seasoned litigator, this book will help you develop a battle plan to combat discovery abuse committed by defendants from the outset of the case. Drawing on their collective years of experience and in-depth research, the authors have written 'Full Disclosure' to help plaintiffs' lawyers fight corporate defendants that misuse the discovery process to hold on to crucial evidence unfairly and illegally. The authors deliver a crash course on discovery abuse, briefing readers on its causes, effects, and cures. This book will teach you not only how to detect discovery abuse but also how to effectively counter it. In this book you will learn 1) How to attack discovery evasion tactics such as stonewalling, 'dump truck,' document destruction, and confidentiality orders. 2) How to get access to defendants' computerized information. 3) How to establish corporate patterns of abuse with the book's thousands of case citations. 4) How recent amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure may affect your trial practice. You will also find: 1) Three expansive appendices including discoverability of 50 specific types of information 2) Quotations from more than 100 authorities on information sharing 3) An extensive bibliography for further information on specific discovery abuse issues. 4) An index by jurisdiction to quickly and easily find cases from your state and circuit courts.
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