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New trial motion under Rule 59(a) in United States District Court

A new trial motion under Rule 59(a) in United States District Court is the topic of this blog post. Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 59(a) authorizes the filing of a motion for a new trial on some or all of the issues. 1,103 more words

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Rule 4(d) request for waiver of service of summons

A Rule 4(d) request for waiver of service of summons is the topic of this blog post. Rule 4(d) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure imposes a duty on any defendant who is an individual that is not a minor or incompetent, or is a corporation or association to avoid the unnecessary expenses of serving the summons. 1,004 more words

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Fort Hall man pleads guilty to theft from a Tribal Organization

IDAHO – Demetrius Anthony Gomez, 28, of Fort Hall, Idaho, pleaded guilty yesterday in United States District Court to theft from a tribal organization, U.S. Attorney Wendy J. 206 more words

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Motion to vacate judgment under Rule 60(b)(6) in United States District Court

A motion to vacate a judgment under Rule 60(b)(6) in United States District Court is the topic of this blog post. Rule 60(b)(6) (Rule 60) states that a Court can vacate a judgment for any other reason that justifies relief. 746 more words

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Notice of deposition in United States District Court

A notice of deposition in United States District Court is the topic of this blog post. Depositions in United States District Court are authorized by Rule 30 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (Rule 30). 572 more words

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Motion to vacate judgment under Rule 60(b)(4) in United States District Court

A motion to vacate a default judgment in United States District Court under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 60(b)(4) (“Rule 60”) on the grounds that the judgment is void due to lack of personal jurisdiction as the defendant was not validly served with the summons and complaint is the topic of this blog post. 827 more words

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