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Miller's Sum & Substance Audio on Civil Procedure, 7th (**NEW**)

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Publisher: West
Published: 2010
Professor: Arthur R. Miller
Media: mp3 (773 MB)

Download 11.25 hours of lecture by Professor Miller in mp3 format and study Civil Procedure anytime, anywhere. With SUM + SUBSTANCE you get dynamic lectures from gifted law professors whose years of teaching experience enable them to express even the most complex ideas clearly and succinctly.

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Overview of Major Topics Covered:
Introduction; The Clusters of Procedure; An Outline of the Jurisdiction Cluster; Federal Question Jurisdiction; Diversity of Citizenship; Complete Diversity; Amount in Controversy; Aggregation; Supplemental Jurisdiction; Personal Jurisdiction; Traditional Bases for Jurisdiction; Long Arm Statutes; Constitutional Principles; Illustrative Application; Jurisdiction Based on Property; Territoriality; Federal Court Jurisdiction; Notice and Opportunity to Be Heard; Service of Process; Venue Principles; Transfer of Venue; Forum Non Conveniens; Removal; Waiver of Defenses; The Erie Doctrine; Inverse Erie; Pleading-Overview and Particularity of; Special Pleading Rules; Amendment of Pleadings; Relation Back of Pleadings; Sanctions; Joinder-Overview; Joinder of Claims; Permissive Joinder of Parties; Compulsory Joinder of Parties; Counterclaims; Cross Claims; Third Party Claims; Class Actions; Interpleader Intervention; Discovery-Overview; Scope of Discovery; Discovery Devices; Hickman v. Taylor; 1993 Amendments; Summary Judgment; Trial-Overview; Jury Trial; Beacon Theaters; Curtis v. Loether; Post Trial Motions-Overview; New Trial Motions; Partial New Trial Motions; Bifurcation; Conditional New Trial; Directed Verdict Motions; Motions for JNOV; Appeals-Appealability and Scope of Review; Former Adjudication-Overview; Res Judicata; Collateral Estoppel; Who Is Bound by Former Adjudication

About the Professor:
Arthur R. Miller, LL.B., University Professor at NYU School of Law, formerly Bruce Bromley Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Undergraduate Degree, University of Rochester; J.D., Harvard Law School. From 1971 to 2007, he taught at Harvard Law School and formerly practiced law in New York City; Faculty, University of Minnesota; Faculty, University of Michigan; Host, Miller's Court (eight years); former commentator on legal matters, Boston's WCVB-TV; Legal Editor, ABC's "Good Morning America" and former Host, "Miller Law" on Court TV. He is the author or co-author of numerous works on civil procedure, notably many volumes of the Wright & Miller Federal Practice & Procedure treatise; he has also written on copyright and on issues relating to privacy. Professor Miller carries on an active law practice, particularly in the federal appellate courts. His public interest activities include work as a member and reporter for the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules on the Judicial Conference of the United States, as Reporter for the American Law Institute's Project on Complex Litigation, and as a Commissioner on the United States Commission on New Technological Uses of Copyrighted Works.
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