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Heads Up! Federal Civil Procedure Amendments Effective December 1, 2018.

2018-2019 Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Approved © 2014-2018 The National Court Rules Committee


The U.S. Supreme Court approved amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure on April 26, 2018. 113 more words


Vol. 3, Issue 16 — August 2018

Sarah Smith
Remembering Dr. King’s Last Legal Battle
102 Judicature 11 (Summer 2018)

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Memphis Sanitation Workers’ Strike and Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination, Sixth Circuit clerk Sarah Smith recounts the legal battle for the right to march in Memphis. 602 more words

United States Supreme Court Holds Federal Statute of Limitations Tolling Provision "Stops" Remaining Time to File State Law Claims Under Applicable State Statute of Limitations

In a 5 to 4 decision, Artis v. District of Columbia, 199 L. Ed.2d 473 (2018), the United States Supreme Court has held that 28 USC § 1367, the “supplemental jurisdiction” statute containing a statute of limitations tolling provision, stops the remaining time within which to file state law claims if the federal suit is dismissed. 442 more words

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Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure

The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) govern civil procedure for lawsuits in the U.S.  federal district courts. The FRCP are promulgated by the U.S. Supreme Court pursuant to the Rules Enabling Act, and then approved by Congress. 9,697 more words

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