Civil Procedure

William H. J. Hubbard

Civil Procedure: An Integrated Approach (Doctrine and Practice Series) combines classic cases, contemporary lower-court gems, and an unmatched set of learning tools and teacher resources to make civil procedure accessible, relevant, and compelling. The hardcopy textbook is integrated with online flowcharts, quizzes, and videos that together give students of all learning styles a strong command of doctrine. It emphasizes the central role of lawyers in civil procedure, challenging students to discover the legal strategies and practical realities that make civil procedure the most important element in every litigator's toolkit.The casebook includes:Key Ideas textboxes after every reading summarizing important takeaways. All readings also have easy-to-follow notes and questions to guide study and discussion of the readings.Taking Stock textboxes summarizing the main ideas and themes from each chapter.Beyond the Doctrine textboxes that provide distinctive perspectives on the readings from practice and academic scholarship.Carefully-edited excerpts from the Constitution, statutes, and Federal Rules in the text, each with their own introductions, notes, and questions. No longer is codified law consigned to a "rules supplement" to be neglected by students!The linked online materials include:Case Synopsis bullet points summarizing the background and holding of each case, which students can use to develop their note-taking and outlining skills.Videos colorfully illustrating empirical data on the federal courts' changing caseloads and examples of distinctive legal strategies from notable cases.Flowcharts summarizing main ideas from each chapter in an easy-to-follow graphical format.Self-Assessment Quizzes with answers that students can use to test what they've learned in each chapter.This casebook sequences its topics to optimize students' success in the 1L curriculum. It begins with a broad overview of civil procedure and then covers the Federal Rules and the stages of the civil action. Placing these topics first ensures that your students will better understand materials in their other courses, where concepts like motions to dismiss and summary judgment arise frequently. Building on this foundation, it then introduces complex litigation, including class actions, jurisdiction, the Erie problem, and arbitration.This casebook is suitable for all first-year Civil Procedure courses.

  • Imprint: Foundation Press
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781640206052
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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PlanNC Guidebook

Ben Hitchings

  • Imprint: UNC School of Government
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781642380408
  • Publication Date: Aug 2021
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Nonprofit Organizations

James J. Fishman

The Sixth Edition of this widely used casebook includes the usual rich mix of materials and is adaptable to a survey course, a policy-oriented seminar, or a more specialized J.D. or LL.M tax class. Every major topic is accompanied by a skillfully developed problem set and lively notes, questions, policy discussion, and bibliographic references.Highlights of the Sixth Edition include:Coverage of all important developments since the last edition, including the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the nonprofit sector; recent legislation and final regulations on the new excise taxes on excessive executive compensation and large charitable endowments, and the unrelated business tax "silo" rules; major antitrust litigation against the NCAA and related legislative proposals to expand the rights of college athletes; and state law developments.Selective discussion of the American Law Institute's forthcoming Restatement of the Law of Charitable Nonprofit Organizations.Division of the chapter on charitable tax exemptions into two chapters, separately covering affirmative requirements for tax exemption (Chapter 5) and limitations on exemptions and procedural requirements (Chapter 6).Updated author's text addressing the robust policy debate over income inequality, "elite philanthropy," and the implications for reform of the charitable deduction.Surveys of proposed tax legislation, including enhanced regulation of donor-advised funds and private foundations.Pruning of dated materials, more tightly edited cases and notes, and several new problems.

  • Imprint: Foundation Press
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781647081072
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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Cases and Materials on Insurance Law

Leo P. Martinez

This Ninth Edition contains extensive updates, with new cases relevant for students anxious to acquire practical knowledge that can be quickly put to use when they enter the profession. To use one example, Chapter 5, that deals with liability insurance, adds substantial new text on the duty to defend, including the Texas Supreme Court's 2020 decision in Richards v. State Farm Lloyds. Chapter 5 also augments its coverage of multi-insurer allocation of liability with the addition of the California Supreme Court's 2020 decision in Montrose Chemical Corp. of California v. Superior Court. Chapter 5 also has numerous new notes on almost every aspect of liability insurance. In addition to new cases, the Ninth Edition has been edited to add notes dealing with a variety of cutting-edge issues. This edition also incorporates numerous references to the American Law Institute's Restatement of the Law of Liability Insurance. References to the Restatement are not confined to Chapter 5 inasmuch as the Restatement addresses a few subjects that lie beyond the confines of pure liability insurance issues. In short, the Ninth Edition brings students and instructors up to date.

  • Imprint: West Academic Publishing
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781647081300
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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Complex Litigation

Richard L. Marcus

Since 1985, this casebook has been the staple of Complex Litigation courses. It covers a wide variety of cases – civil rights, mass torts, securities, consumer rights – and provides a strong foundation for classroom coverage regarding any type of complex litigation. The new 7th edition retains the book's familiar broad coverage and basic format while adding coverage of important recent developments. In particular, the new edition has a full chapter devoted to Mutidistrict Litigation, which is increasingly prominent, and new cases interpreting the 2018 Rule 23 amendments. In addition, it includes new cases dealing with contemporary problems in e-discovery as well as the growing use of plaintiff fact sheets in MDL mass tort proceedings. The new edition also introduces a new co-author – Prof. Andrew Bradt of UC Berkeley, a leading scholar on MDL issues. The final chapter on arbitration has been reoriented to focus on ways in which arbitration clauses may keep some complex litigation – particularly class litigation – out of court.

  • Imprint: West Academic Publishing
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781647081515
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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Black Letter Outline on Basic Criminal Procedure

Stephen A. Saltzburg

Basic Criminal Procedure is a clear and comprehensive outline of the most important principles and issues taught in the basic Criminal Procedure law school course. It covers the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments, including Exceptions to the Warrant requirement, Remedies for 4th Amendment violations, the Privilege Against Self-Incrimination, Limits on Identification Evidence and the Right to Counsel. Basic Criminal Procedure also provides sample examination questions and answers.

  • Imprint: West Academic Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781647084851
  • Publication Date: Jul 2021
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Tort Law and Alternatives

Marc A. Franklin

This leading casebook covers all major aspects of tort law with expertly edited cases and original text. The principal focus of this book is the law of negligence, strict liability, and no-fault legislation as alternative approaches to compensating the victims of accidental harm and creating optimal incentives for safety. The chapter on intentional torts has been restructured to facilitate its use to start off the course for those instructors desiring to do so. The book also includes comprehensive chapters on products liability, damages and insurance, defamation, privacy, economic torts, and a revamped and updated chapter on alternatives to tort law, including the "tort reforms" of the past half century. Notes and questions following principal cases are designed to supplement students' knowledge about the subject matter of the case and related areas as well as to encourage them to think critically about judicial opinions and tort policy. This Eleventh Edition reflects evolving developments in recent case law and legislative activity, as well as materials and commentary ranging from the soon-to-be completed Third Restatement project on Intentional Torts to continuing tort issues arising from the Internet to important civil justice issues of the day.

  • Imprint: Foundation Press
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781647084899
  • Publication Date: Jun 2021
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Law in the United States

Charles F. Abernathy

The third edition of Law in the United States introduces students to the unique American mix of common law, statutory materials, and constitutional law. Strongly emphasizing American legal methods and American legal history and culture, the book provides a rich array of teaching resources covering both public and private law.The broader themes discussed in the eighteen chapters of this casebook include the nature and sources of American law, the division of government power and the protection of human rights under the U.S. Constitution, litigation in a federal framework, and the American enterprise system, with a focus on torts, contracts, corporations and eminent domain.This book lends itself to being used for various target audiences. Over the years, it has proven a valuable learning resource for foreign-trained attorneys enrolled in American Master of Laws programs. Moreover, the range of subjects discussed in the book will assist students who may wish to sit for a state bar examination in a state with specific requirements for study of American legal methods. The book is also highly suitable for pre-law programs at the college level as well as law school seminars. Also, comparativists with an interest in American law may find this casebook a valuable resource in light of the rich commentaries it offers through expositions and notes.

  • Imprint: West Academic Publishing
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781647085520
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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Remote Advocacy in a Nutshell

Tracy Walters McCormack

  • Imprint: West Academic Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781647086435
  • Publication Date: Jun 2021
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Advancing Civil Justice Reform and Conflict Resolution in Africa and Asia

Elijah Tukwariba Yin

The civil justice system is characterized by a distinct dispute resolution and law enforcement functions, although these functions are not always explicit and their relationship can be vague. People normally turn to this legal system to address an "unjust" situation they encounter. This makes civil justice both socially and economically important, as it may be driven by efficiency or access to justice concerns. The literature suggests that law reform has an uninspiring record in this field. This is because it has, largely, not been considered with a detailed, empirically informed evaluation of proposed solutions. This legal system is complex, and research in this field is correspondingly challenging, interesting, and important. Advancing Civil Justice Reform and Conflict Resolution in Africa and Asia: Comparative Analyses and Case Studies provides significant empirical research findings as well as theoretical reviews and frameworks on a wide array of issues within civil justice and the legal system. This includes topic areas such as access to justice and legal representation, the challenges to developing civil justice, courts and procedures, and civil justice reform. This book is valuable for lawyers, human rights lawyers, court officials, psychologists, social workers, sociologists, consultants, professionals, academicians, students, and researchers working in the field of law, socio-legal studies, sociology, anthropology, political science, social work, social policy, economics, and criminal justice, along with anyone seeking updated information on the current reforms and challenges within the civil justice and legal systems.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781668434895
  • Publication Date: Jun 2021
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Black Letter Outline on Federal Income Taxation

David M. Hudson

Black Letter Outlines are designed to help a law student recognize and understand the basic principles and issues of law covered in a law school course. Black Letter Outlines can be used both as a study aid when preparing for classes and as a review of the subject matter when studying for an examination. Each Black Letter Outline is written by experienced law school professors who are recognized national authorities in their subject area.

  • Imprint: West Academic Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781683288107
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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Conflict of Laws

Peter Hay

The authors of the sixteenth edition are proud of the book's heritage, which dates to 1936. At the same time, they are mindful of the needs of students and professors addressing the Conflict of Laws eight decades later. We continue to add the subtitle "Private International Law" to acknowledge the more common title of the subject outside the U.S., as well as to alert students that they will face a blend of domestic and international issues once they become lawyers. As an intellectual matter, the conflicts course presents rich and nuanced doctrine. As a professional matter, every litigator will face issues raised in this course. As a practical matter, an increasing number of students are drawn to the course because it is tested on the bar exam in every state that has adopted the universal bar exam or the multistate essay exam. The authors recognize the need, therefore, to provide appropriate review of civil procedure to allow the student to transition to the study of conflicts.A modern conflicts casebook must be flexible. Some professors will choose to cover a great deal of international and comparative law. Others, however, will prefer to address conflicts only in the domestic sphere. This edition fully supports either (or some middle) approach. The professor may comfortably choose how much international and comparative material to cover without losing transition or context.Some highlights of the sixteenth edition:Chapter 2, concerning domicile, remains succinct, intended to drive home the significance of domicile and the complementary concept of habitual residence, including a new note on domicile and devolution of real property. Notes have been added on the notion of derivative domicile and occasional confusion in statutes referring to "residence" rather than "domicile."Chapter 3, concerning personal jurisdiction, has been honed in response to recent doctrinal shifts. The Supreme Court's contraction of general jurisdiction has led to an increasing focus on the "relatedness" aspect of specific jurisdiction. The Chapter reflects this trend. One subsection traces the development of doctrine from 1980-2014, with World-Wide Volkswagen, Burger King, and Asahi as note cases setting up J. McIntyre as the principal case. The next subsection traces the retraction of general jurisdiction, with notes on Perkins and Goodyear setting up Daimler as the principal case. The next subsection emphasizes the emergent importance in specific jurisdiction of being able to show that the plaintiff's claim relates sufficiently to the defendant's contact. Bristol-Myers Squibb is one principal case, followed by the state case Moki-Mac, which is a wonderful vehicle for addressing whether the relatedness inquiry requires consideration of causation and, if so, what sort of causation is relevant. The latter point sets up Supreme Court decisions in the Ford Motor Company cases, which were handed down as the book went to press and are addressed in an Update Memorandum.Chapter 4 pulls together everything that bears on limiting a court's exercise of jurisdiction that it otherwise has. This includes forum selection agreements in interstate and international transactions, antisuit injunctions, dismissals (or denials of motions to dismiss) in cases of parallel litigation (lis pendens) or on the ground of forum non conveniens, and federal transfer.Chapter 5 treats a number of questions often not addressed in depth in the first-year procedure course. For instance: what is a "judgment" for purposes of recognition – administrative decrees, equity decrees, modifiable support orders? How conclusive is a judgment on a second court – comparing res judicata (Treinies) in the interstate setting with the 2010 SPEECH Act requiring review of foreign country awards for libel? Does public policy play a different role in the case of foreign than in interstate judgments? Can non-parties benefit or be bound: what about "virtual representation" or non-mutual collateral estoppel? What are the mechanisms for the recognition and enforcement of domestic and of foreign-country judgments in the United States?Chapter 6, concerning the impact of the Constitution, has been streamlined to enhance teachability.Chapters 7 and 8 present the central themes of choice of law. Chapter 7 deals with many of the classical puzzles of choice of law such as the public policy reservation and renvoi.Chapter 8 was considerably revised in the fifteenth edition to show the progression from the traditional system, to the height of the conflicts revolution, to a developing consensus to consolidate modern analysis in a manner that provides more predictability and certainty. This edition shortens Chapter 8 somewhat to place more emphasis on the most modern developments and discusses important provisions of the draft Third Restatement. Chapter 8 is also divided into several subsections, allowing the teacher freedom to omit portions of it if desired.Chapter 9 addresses conflicts problems in the domestic and international settings. In keeping with the overall theme of flexibility, the professor may assign specific sections to engage a greater or lesser degree of review of Erie as well as a greater or lesser degree of international coverage.Chapters 10 through 13 cover particular subjects such a property, family law, and corporate law for professors who desire to go into these subjects in more depth. Recent changes in the law particularly affect Chapter 11 on Family Law. That chapter first briefly explores the place of celebration rule (also with respect to religious marriages), treats same-sex marriages and registered unions in the light of Obergefell with particular reference to property and inheritance interests, updates the material on divorce (including religious divorces), expands the treatment of child custody and of interstate and international child abduction, and updates the enforcement of maintenance obligations under interstate uniform law and the Hague Convention in international cases.Finally, a Documentary Appendix provides the principal legislative acts of the European Union with respect to jurisdiction in civil, divorce, and custody matters as well as with respect to choice of law in contract, tort, and divorce, in each case with extensive textual commentary. Textual material briefly addresses the effect of "Brexit" on EU – UK relations in these matters and summarizes other EU texts, such as the succession regulation. Notes in the main text refer to these materials, allowing an instructor to teach the material comparatively or to focus only on American law. The European materials also all lend themselves for use in a seminar.

  • Imprint: Foundation Press
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781647085995
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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Gilbert Law Summaries on Corporations

Jesse H. Choper

  • Imprint: Gilbert
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781647087593
  • Publication Date: Jul 2021
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Criminal Law and Procedure

Donald A. Dripps

The fourteenth edition continues the book's commitment to offering the most comprehensive, rigorous, and flexible materials on the American criminal process. With respect to the substantive criminal law, the new edition includes:Full case treatment of United States v. Davis, 139 S.Ct. 2319 (2019), illustrating the Supreme Court's continued commitment to a robust understanding of the void-for-vagueness doctrine;An updated treatment of homicide in general, with particular attention paid to a new wave of hostility to the felony murder doctrine, including full case treatment of Commonwealth v. Brown, 477 Mass. 805, 81 N.E.3d (2017), abolishing the doctrine by statutory interpretation, and People v. Swanson, 57 Cal.App.5th 604 (Ca. App. 2020), applying S.B. No. 1437, a reform statute that curtailed both felony murder and the natural-and-probable consequences doctrine in homicide prosecutions.Full case treatment of Rehaif v. United States, 139 S.Ct. 2191 (2019), a decision exemplifying the Court's approach to imputing culpable mental states to conduct and circumstance elements in criminal statutes;Full case treatment of Kahler v. Kansas, 140 S.Ct. 1021 (2020), rejecting a constitutional challenge to the state's elimination of insanity as an affirmative defense, and presenting along the way at thorough history of various versions of the defense;State v. Harris, 2017 WL 1505219 (Del. C.P. Apr. 20, 2017), a remarkable report by a judge acquitting the accused of sexual assault charges, illustrating the peculiar difficulties of prosecuting rape cases as well as the mechanics of the trial process.With respect to criminal procedure, the main development is the Supreme Court's landmark decision in Carpenter v. United States, 138 S.Ct. 2206 (2018). Carpenter held that that federal agents violated the Fourth Amendment by obtaining seven days of location data, from the defendant's service provider, without first obtaining a search warrant. The new edition relies on a recent District Court opinion, United States v. Diggs, 385 F. Supp. 648 (N.D. Ill. 2019), to explain the important changes wrought by Carpenter.

  • Imprint: Foundation Press
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781647088118
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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A Student's Guide to Trial Objections

Charles B. Gibbons

This guide is a quick reference to various ways in which the courts have translated the text of the Federal Rules of Evidence. It is useful for students enrolled in trial practice courses and clinics and is also helpful as an adjunct reference for students taking basic and advanced evidence courses. The 2021 edition includes dozens of recent civil and criminal cases from all of the federal circuits and includes the recent amendments to the Federal Rules of Evidence with respect to the Residual Exception to the Hearsay Rule and Rule 404(b), Crimes, Wrongs or Other Acts.

  • Imprint: West Academic Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781647088347
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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Uniform Trust and Estate Statutes, 2021-2022 Edition

Thomas P. Gallanis

Receive complimentary lifetime digital access to the eBook with new print purchase.This statutory supplement is ideal for use in basic and advanced courses in trusts and estates and for practitioner reference. The 2021-2022 edition includes the updated text and official comments of the Uniform Probate Code (including amendments approved in 2021), Uniform Trust Code, and more than twenty other acts relating to the field of trusts and estates, including the Uniform Electronic Wills Act, Uniform Fiduciary Income and Principal Act (and its predecessor Uniform Principal and Income Act), Uniform Parentage Act 2017, Uniform Directed Trust Act, Uniform Trust Decanting Act, Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act, Uniform Powers of Appointment Act, Uniform Prudent Investor Act, Uniform Custodial Trust Act, Revised Uniform Anatomical Gift Act, Uniform Prudent Management of Institutional Funds Act, Uniform Premarital and Marital Agreements Act, Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act, Uniform Health-Care Decisions Act, Uniform Simultaneous Death Act, Uniform Transfers to Minors Act, Model Marital Property Act, Model Protection of Charitable Assets Act, and the amendments to the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act which is now renamed the Uniform Voidable Transactions Act. The book includes relevant provisions of the Restatement Third of Trusts and Restatement Third of Property, as well as selected prior versions of sections of the Uniform Probate Code. The book is ideal for teaching basic and advanced courses in trusts and estates. It is also ideal for practitioner reference.

  • Imprint: Foundation Press
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781647089016
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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The Making of Reverse Discrimination

Ellen Messer-Davidow

This book about DeFunis v. Odegaard and Regents of the University of California v. Bakke, the first two cases challenging race-conscious admissions to professional schools to reach the US Supreme Court, works on legal-judicial discourse, showing how the mechanisms of law, the shape-shifting capacity of language, and the pressures of social surrounds created white-against-white conflicts that marginalized the persons, voices, and interests of minority applicants and their communities, thereby reproducing the regime of white privilege and minority disadvantage that structure higher education to this day.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780700632213
  • Publication Date: Jul 2021
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Copyright Law

Alfred C. Yen

This casebook emphasizes the essential cases and materials at the heart of copyright law. Instead of attempting to exhaustively cover every last doctrine in copyright, this casebook selectively focuses on the major cases, doctrines, ideas, and theories in this complex and fascinating area of the law. The result is a streamlined and well-organized casebook of manageable length that keeps the central themes of copyright front and center. This allows teachers and students to take the time to examine, discuss, and master these essential materials and grapple with the complexities and ambiguities in a way that fosters a deeper understanding of the subject matter. The authors have written extensively about copyright, the arts, and the impact of new technology.

  • Imprint: West Academic Publishing
  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9781684675340
  • Publication Date: Aug 2021
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Legal Writing and Analysis

Michael D. Murray

The third edition of Legal Writing and Analysis was written during the Covid-19 Corona Virus Pandemic of 2020. The practice of law and legal writing was already changing at a steady pace in the years leading up to the 2020 crisis, and the changes being wrought now in the "locked down, no human contact, remote and online" practice of law are currently being measured. The early polls indicate that a tectonic shift has occurred. The economic shockwaves resulting from the Covid-19 crisis are likely to contract the legal job market further. Law students and graduates who already possess practice-ready skills are going to be in demand. In addition, the Covid-19 crisis has opened everyone's eyes to the need to be able to practice law remotely and not in-person, and to the short- and possibly long-term need to deliver law instruction online. Communicating about the law in writing, whether in emails, texts, or in team and group settings, will only increase in importance when there are fewer opportunities to explain yourself orally and in-person to clients, colleagues, bosses, and other decision makers such as judges and governmental entities.The authors have adapted and updated Legal Writing and Analysis with these developments in mind. The book is now organized according to the following principles:The course materials are now organized as a blueprint to achieve the learning outcomes of the course.Each learning outcome will be achieved through individual online modules designed to teach and develop the skills and information needed as the goal of the learning outcome.Each online module will address the three dimensions of learning: to discover and learn the material, to discuss and critique the material, and to do or demonstrate the work involved in the topic of the module.Each of the three dimensions of the module will be measurable.In recognition of contemporary modes of legal communication, there is a new chapter on client letters, email, and texting, and a new chapter on rhetoric and professionalism in writing, online, and in social media.The authors have reorganized the chapters to focus on the separate skills of rule synthesis in Rule Sections, explanatory synthesis in Explanation Sections, and how all of this fits within the T-R-E-A-T format.The authors have continued to increase the visualization of the material in the chapters and modules through callout boxes, charts, tables, and summaries of the contents.The authors have doubled down on providing samples of each part of the practitioner writing discussed in each chapter and module.This new edition will train students—future lawyers—to be ethical and professional issue-spotters, analysts, counselors, problem-solvers, and communicators working to advance their clients' interests in an online, hybrid, or in-person legal practice world.

  • Imprint: Foundation Press
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781684675388
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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Legal Malpractice Law in a Nutshell

Vincent R. Johnson

Legal Malpractice Law in a Nutshell charts the dynamic field of lawyer professional liability. With reference to recent cases and statutory developments, the book covers prominent causes of action (including professional negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, and fraud), the role of experts in malpractice litigation, theories of liability to nonclients, affirmative defenses, damages, and fee forfeiture. The book also explores the vicarious liability of lawyers and law firms, conflicts of interest, strategies for reducing errors and claims, and the role of malpractice insurance.

  • Imprint: West Academic Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781684675821
  • Publication Date: Sep 2021
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