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General Litigation in the United States
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The entries and resources of the Encyclopedia of Law about this topic include:
- Deposition entries, based on professional experiences, guide discusses objectives, strategies, tactics, mechanics and problems in taking depositions
- Discovery Practice, a trial-tested guidance through every stage of the discovery process.
- Electronic Discovery regulation and its practice, a first single-source group of entries offering clear, concise analysis of electronic discovery with a focus on practical application
- Evidence Rules entries, a comprehensive yet easy-to-use group of recourses about the federal rules of evidence and their state counterparts.
- Judgment Enforcement entries, an essential guide on the judgment enforcement process from discovery to execution.
- Jury Selection entries, offering expert analysis of jury selection law and scientific methodology with specific courtroom applications to select a fair-minded and unprejudiced jury.
- Malingering and Deception in Litigation entries, which offer guidance for presenting and defending against malingering evidence, including sample questions.
- Motion Practice entries, offering practical, expert advice on pretrial, trial, post-trial and appellate motions.
- Voir Dire Questions, providing focused coverage on this important step in jury selection to determine the suitability of prospective jurors.
- Witness Preparation entries, offering general techniques of witness preparation and how to prepare for trial testimony.
- Expert Witness resources, providing guidance on new trends relating to the topic of admitting and effectively questioning all types of experts at trial.