Step-by-step procedures, answers to knotty questions, tips from the bench, 3,500 citations, and over 130 forms. Quickly find detailed and authoritative answers to difficult questions concerning pleadings, motions, discovery, and more. Answers, Tips, and Forms for New York Litigators. The 2014 updates include: Impact of the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Daimler AG v. Bauman establishing a new standard for general jurisdiction. Websites and Internet sales as a basis for personal jurisdiction. Statute of limitations rules for actions for accounts stated, unjust enrichment, and declaratory judgments. Certificate of merit requirements for residential foreclosure actions; what must be in the certificate; and the consequences of failing to comply. Moving to strike unnecessarily scandalous or prejudicial material in a pleading. Pleading fraud or mistake with specificity when the facts are inaccessible to the plaintiff. What showing a party seeking attachment must make and what property can be attached. Restrictions on deposition objections by counsel for non-parties. Discovery of social media records and removal of material from social media sites. New York Civil Practice Before Trial gives you clear, concise explanations, practice tips, and recent case-based illustrations covering everything from taking the case up to trial. Confidential law clerk Sharon Stern Gerstman and litigators Michael Barr and Burton Lipshie have drafted a landmark procedure guide. New York Civil Practice Before Trial delivers quick and reliable answers with its unique outline format, tight writing, superb scholarship, and extensive citations. Its practice-tested forms and pattern paragraphs speed drafting.
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Book Description James Publishing, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1580120652