Moore's Federal Practice. Daniel R. Coquillette; Gregory P. Joseph; Sol Schreiber; Jerold Solovy; and Georgene M. Vairo; and the Moore's Board of Editors. LexisNexis. Volumes 1-31 (including 15A, 17A), Index 2020, Tables 2020. Together 35 Volumes. Looseleaf format. Civil Practice unit current through release 203/September 2020; Criminal Practice unit (Vols. 24-28) current through release 203 CRIM/September 2020. Ex-private law firm library with moderate shelf wear. Index volume crudely repaired with clear tape. Property stamps and shelf location labels on spines. Publisher's Price USD 12,369. Special $1,495. * Moore's Federal Practice is a comprehensive and time-honored treatise on U.S. federal practice and one of the most cited texts in the legal world. The premier treatise on federal civil, criminal, appellate, and admiralty procedure, written by the judges, lawyers, and professors who write and amend the federal rules. Chapters include historical appendices describing development of the law, legislative history, advisory committee notes, etc. Also includes discussion of procedure in admiralty and bankruptcy cases. This title covers the important December 1, 2018 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and provides analysis of recent cases such as Jesner v. Arab Bank, PLC (Alien Tort Statute) and China Agritech, Inc. v. Resh (class actions).
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