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Why do we focus so heavily on federal court procedure if most litigation takes place in state court? How does state procedure differ? (5:44) Pleadings: What's the best way to know whether the "same transaction or occurrence" test is satisfied? (7:43) Pleadings: Why are the requirements for relation-back in the context of amendments so restrictive? (7:14) Pleadings: I have a sense of the 12(b)(6) standard, but how would I actually do a 12(b)(6) analysis on an exam? (8:43) Pleadings: I have a sense of the summary judgment standard, but how would I actually do a summary judgment analysis on an exam? (6:24) Federal Subject-Matter Jurisdiction: Why the emphasis on complete diversity, and what is that? (7:22) Federal Subject-Matter Jurisdiction: What is a well-pleaded complaint? (7:27) Personal Jurisdiction: What is the difference between specific jurisdiction and general jurisdiction? (7:14) Personal Jurisdiction: What is "minimum contacts"? (8:03) Personal Jurisdiction: What are the fairness factors, and when do they apply? (7:05) Personal Jurisdiction: We spent weeks on personal jursidiction but can you give me a big picture account of all of this? (7:49) Preclusion: How do I isolate an "issue" in the context of issue preclusion? (6:49) Erie: How do I know whether something is "procedural" or "substantive"? (7:07).
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