Complex Litigation, Third Edition

3rd Edition

E. Thomas Sullivan, Richard D. Freer and Bradley G. Clary
eISBN-13: 9781531011062

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This unique casebook has a number of distinguishing features. Unlike traditional casebooks with their primary focus on case materials, the text presents a limited number of leading cases, coupled with extensive textual and note material reviewing existing doctrine and exploring unanswered legal and policy issues. This compact and comprehensive text aims to be state-of-the-art in the field of complex litigation and is designed for use in either two- or three-unit courses.

In addition to structural issues, such as Internet jurisdiction, the use of "minimal diversity" as a basis for federal jurisdiction, and mechanisms for the coordination of overlapping federal and state litigation, the text contains in-depth discussion of the most recent developments in class action practice under Federal Rule 23; appointment and compensation of lead and class counsel; operation of the multidistrict statute; choice of law issues in multijurisdictional cases; and preclusion issues raised by complex cases, including limits on the use of non-party preclusion under the Supreme Court's decision in Taylor v. Sturgell.

The text also examines core aspects of the complex litigation process itself, including judicial management of the pre-trial process, the conduct and control of discovery with a focus on the burgeoning field of electronic discovery including metadata, and mechanisms for disposing of cases without trial, including comprehensive treatment of the Supreme Court's recent decisions facilitating dismissal of cases on the pleadings, and the increasing prevalence of arbitration and waivers of class arbitration.

The third edition of Complex Litigation is current on cutting-edge issues while still paying attention to the fundamentals.

Sold By Carolina Academic Press
ISBNs 9781531011055, 1531011055, 9781531011062, 1531011063
Publish Year 2019
Language English
Number of Pages 802
Edition 3rd