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Matthew Bender Practice Guide: Federal Pretrial Civil Procedure in California
Kendall, Seeborg, Shartsis, Smith
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Amending and Supplementing Pleadings
Richard Kendall;Richard Seeborg;Mary Jo Shartsis;Fern M. Smith
This chapter discusses amending and supplementing pleadings. Major topics discussed include: amending pleadings as a matter of course; amending pleadings with leave of court or consent of the opposing party; determining when an amendment relates back to the date of the original pleading; and amending pleadings to conform to the evidence. Sample forms include: notice of motion and motion for leave to file amended pleading, proposed order permitting amendment of pleading to conform to evidence, and notice of motion and motion for leave to file supplemental pleading.
Matthew Bender Practice Guide: Federal Pretrial Civil Procedure in California (Matthew Bender) guides attorneys through the pretrial process, from determining where to file a case to immediately before trial. It offers extensive coverage of local rules, checklists, forms, and cross-references to relevant content such as Moore's Federal Practice.
California,federal pretrial civil procedure,amended pleading,supplemental pleading
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For a discussion of service and filing requirements see also Chapter 5 Formatting, Serving, and Filing Papers.
OTHER RELATED PUBLICATIONS:
See California Federal Civil Rules with Local Practice Commentary (Matthew Bender) for analysis on the local rules for each of the four California federal district courts, as well as the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
See Moore's AnswerGuide Federal Pretrial Civil Litigation (Matthew Bender) for answers to basic questions about federal pretrial practice and procedure, from forum selection, through pleading, discovery, and pretrial motions.
See Federal Litigation Guide (Matthew Bender) for coverage of federal civil procedure from the filing of the complaint through trial and appeal.