Silicon Valley Business School

Civil Procedure: Joinder
Free Extracts from the Civil Procedure Course
Below you are free to explore extracts of the learning materials included in this course. If you're interested in educating yourself on these topics, we recommend that you review all these materials. If you're looking for a credential, please take a look at the certificate version of this course which will test your understanding of the materials and track your progress through the course until you have completed it and earned your certificate.

  • Video ~ Civil Procedure 6 -- Joinder


PDF slides for the learning material titled: "Video ~ Civil Procedure 6 -- Joinder".

  • Video ~ Interpleader
Video provides information regarding "Interpleader" (i.e. actions where a party subject to liability from competing claims joins the other parties in a lawsuit).

  • Video ~ Class Actions
What is a class action? This video discusses one type of class action where a representative of a class litigates on behalf of other members of the class.

A "class action" lawsuit is one in which a group of people with the same or similar injuries caused by the same product or action sue the defendant as a group. People seek justice in class action lawsuits when their injuries have been caused by defective products, including pharmaceutical drugs, motor vehicles and other consumer products, and medical devices. Other types of conduct over which people have sued as a class include consumer fraud, corporate misconduct, securities fraud, and employment practices.



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