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Federal Litigation Guide
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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Voluntary Dismissals and Dismissals for Failure to Prosecute
Members of the Firm of Jenner & Block, LLC, Chicago, Illinois: Michael T. Brody, Robert L. Byman, Timothy J. Chorvat, Clark C. Johnson, C. John Koch, Barry Levenstam, Matthew M. Neumeier, Jeffrey T. Sham, Jerold S. Solovy, and Howard S. Suskin.
This chapter also includes the following forms to assist counsel with voluntary dismissals and failure to prosecute: notice of voluntary dismissal, stipulation of voluntary dismissal, notice of motion for voluntary dismissal, and notice of motion to dismiss for failure to prosecute or failure to comply with court order or federal rules.
Federal Litigation Guide is the comprehensive how-to guide for federal litigation. It provides in depth, detailed discussions of virtually all procedures and practices of federal litigation. The treatise chronologically covers the litigation process from pretrial through trial and post trial. Among the topics covered are: pleadings, the mechanics of motion practice, Rule 12 motions, injunctions, sanctions, planning and preparation for discovery, interrogatories, document production, requests to admit, trial planning and preparation, trial briefs, witness exclusion, opening statements, direct and cross examination, objections, jury instructions, class actions, damages, appeals to the court of appeals, settlements, and court-sponsored alternative dispute resolution.
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For discussions related to Voluntary Dismissals and Dismissals for Failure to Prosecute see Ch. 3, Rule 12 Motions.
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For expanded coverage of voluntary dismissals and dismissals for failure to prosecute, see Moore's Federal Practice (Matthew Bender) Ch. 41, Dismissals of Actions.
See Bender's Federal Practice Forms (Matthew Bender) for a comprehensive set of civil and criminal litigation forms for practice in any federal court.