Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts - Chapter 11: Comparison with Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts

January 01, 2015

Enhanced with new and expanded chapters, this seminal work has been completely updated, expanded, and revised to address pertinent subjects. The authors discuss interplay between rules of procedures and substantive law, outline strategies for representation of plaintiff and defendant, and consider ramifications of various actions. In this guide you'll find:

  • Substantive chapters on insurance, banking, contracts, and other commercial subjects
  • Strategies for each step of a case, from investigation through enforcement and appeals
  • In-depth text on law and procedure, strategies, and client counseling
  • An extensive treatment of discovery
  • Checklists and cross-references
  • More than 500 pages of litigation forms and jury charges

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