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This book is an invaluable, practical guide for lawyers with cases in the Southern District of New York, offering detailed information from the commencement of an action through motion practice and discovery. The book explains the operation of the Southern District, including important information concerning assignment and transfer of cases and operations of the Clerk's Office. The book includes a detailed discussion of judicial and attorney recusal and disqualification, and the operation of Rule 11 and other sanction provisions. It also is a ready source for the substantial body of Southern District case law in the areas of subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction, venue, forum non conveniens, and provisional remedies. A "must have" for lawyers looking for quick answers (with applicable citations) to the day-to-day questions confronting practitioners litigating in the Southern District of New York.
Authors: 1995- by Michael C. Silberberg; <2002- > by Michael C. Silberberg, Edward M. Spiro; <2004?- > by Michael C. Silberberg, Edward M. Spiro, and Judith Mogul.
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Description based on electronic file, viewed September 10, 2020.