Civil Procedure: Pleadings
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Video ~ Civil Procedure 5 -- Pleadings
This voice narrated slideshow presents information regarding "Pleadings" (i.e. formal written statements filed with the courts).
Slideshow Handout ~ Civil Procedure 5 -- Pleadings
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Video ~ General Pleading Requirements
Reading ~ What Is a Motion?
Reading ~ FRCP Rule 7. Pleadings Allowed; Form of Motions and Other Papers
Reading ~ FRCP Rule 8. General Rules of Pleading
Reading ~ FRCP Rule 9. Pleading Special Matters
Reading ~ FRCP Rule 10. Form of Pleadings
Reading ~ Rule 11. Signing Pleadings, Motions, and Other Papers; Representations to the Court; Sanctions
Reading ~ Rule 12. Defenses and Objections: When and How Presented; Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings; Consolidating Motions; Waiving Defenses; Pretrial Hearing
Reading ~ Rule 13. Counterclaim and Crossclaim
Video ~ Counterclaims
What are counterclaims in federal court? This video discusses compulsory and permissive counterclaims in federal civil actions.
Reading ~ FRCP Rule 14. Third-Party Practice
Video ~ Impleader
Video provides information regarding "Impleader" (i.e. where a defendant may join a third party to the litigation who may be liable for the plaintiff's claim against the defendant).
Reading ~ FRCP Rule 15. Amended and Supplemental Pleadings
Reading ~ FRCP Rule 16. Pretrial Conferences; Scheduling; Management
Video ~ Answer to the Complaint
Videos provides information regarding how a defendant can answer to a complaint (against the defendant) in a federal court.
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