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60 minutes
Date Published

October 1, 2019

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Court Rules and Civil Procedure, Federal Practice

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Summary

The Tip of the Federal Iceberg:
• General Overview of Federal Practice
• Federal Rules vs. Local Rules vs. Judges Specific Rules
• Motion for Remand and Federal Subject Matter Jurisdiction
• Rule 26(f): Conference of Counsel – Cooperation is Essential
• Rule 26(a)(1): Initial Disclosures and Ongoing Obligation to Supplement
• Rule 26(a)(2): Expert Witness Disclosures and Reports and What’s Up with Staggered Disclosures
• Discovery Issues: Limitations and Ongoing Obligation to Supplement and Motions to Compel
• Voir Dire in Federal Court – Nearly Non-Existent (Unanimous Juries)

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Presenters

Timothy A. Loranger

Timothy Loranger concentrates his practice on product liability law and commercial transportation accidents at Baum, Hedlund,... Read More

Sheri Dempsey

Sheri Dempsey is a Legal Assistant at Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP in Santa Monica. She has worked as a legal assistant for... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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Federal Court Rules and Civil Procedure
Federal Court Rules and Civil Procedure - Paper
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