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Avoiding The Trap Of Res Judicata: A Practitioner's Guide To Litigating Multiple Employment Discrimination Claims In The Third Circuit, Victoria L. Hooper Jan 2000

Avoiding The Trap Of Res Judicata: A Practitioner's Guide To Litigating Multiple Employment Discrimination Claims In The Third Circuit, Victoria L. Hooper

Villanova Law Review

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Civil Procedure - Federal Court Jurisdiction Over Interpleader Actions: A Virtual Unflagging Obligation Or Inherently Discretional - The Third Circuit Opts For The Discretionary Approach, John J. Higson Jan 1996

Civil Procedure - Federal Court Jurisdiction Over Interpleader Actions: A Virtual Unflagging Obligation Or Inherently Discretional - The Third Circuit Opts For The Discretionary Approach, John J. Higson

Villanova Law Review

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Civil Procedure - Personal Jurisdiction: Evolution And Current Interpretation Of The Stream Of Commerce Test In The Third Circuit, Martin F. Noonan Jan 1995

Civil Procedure - Personal Jurisdiction: Evolution And Current Interpretation Of The Stream Of Commerce Test In The Third Circuit, Martin F. Noonan

Villanova Law Review

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Civil Procedure - A Corporation's Waiver Of The Attorney-Client Privilege And Work-Product Doctrine, Thomas E. Smallman Jan 1992

Civil Procedure - A Corporation's Waiver Of The Attorney-Client Privilege And Work-Product Doctrine, Thomas E. Smallman

Villanova Law Review

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Civil Procedure - Avoiding Duplicative Litigation - The First-Filed Rule, Jean D. Renshaw Jan 1989

Civil Procedure - Avoiding Duplicative Litigation - The First-Filed Rule, Jean D. Renshaw

Villanova Law Review

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Attorney Sanctions - Procedural Aspects Of Rule 11 Of The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure - Third Circuit Adopts Supervisory Rule Requiring That Rule 11 Motions Be Filed Prior To Final Judgment In The District Court, David A. Peckman Jan 1989

Attorney Sanctions - Procedural Aspects Of Rule 11 Of The Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure - Third Circuit Adopts Supervisory Rule Requiring That Rule 11 Motions Be Filed Prior To Final Judgment In The District Court, David A. Peckman

Villanova Law Review

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Civil Procedure - Statute Of Limitations - Federal Application Of State Law - Fraudulent Concealment And Its Effect On The Statute Of Limitations, Michael F. Brown Jan 1988

Civil Procedure - Statute Of Limitations - Federal Application Of State Law - Fraudulent Concealment And Its Effect On The Statute Of Limitations, Michael F. Brown

Villanova Law Review

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Civil Procedure - Federal District Courts Have Inherent Power To Sanction Attorneys For Abuse Of The Judicial Process, Carolyn L. Dessin Jan 1986

Civil Procedure - Federal District Courts Have Inherent Power To Sanction Attorneys For Abuse Of The Judicial Process, Carolyn L. Dessin

Villanova Law Review

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A Quarter Century Later - The Period Of Limitations For Rule 10b-5 Damage Actions In Federal Courts Sitting In Pennsylvania, H. Robert Fiebach, David M. Doret Jan 1980

A Quarter Century Later - The Period Of Limitations For Rule 10b-5 Damage Actions In Federal Courts Sitting In Pennsylvania, H. Robert Fiebach, David M. Doret

Villanova Law Review

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Federal Practice And Procedure - Comment - Appealability And Finality In The Third Circuit - Is The United States Supreme Court More Appealing Than The Third Circuit, Gary A. Rome Jan 1980

Federal Practice And Procedure - Comment - Appealability And Finality In The Third Circuit - Is The United States Supreme Court More Appealing Than The Third Circuit, Gary A. Rome

Villanova Law Review

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Administrative Law - Internal Revenue Service (Irs) Summons Enforcement - When An Irs Investigation Has Been Coordinated By A Justice Department Strike Force, The District Court Must Determine That Each Summons Issued Was Not Used For An Improper Criminal Investigation Purpose, Angela Baker Jan 1980

Administrative Law - Internal Revenue Service (Irs) Summons Enforcement - When An Irs Investigation Has Been Coordinated By A Justice Department Strike Force, The District Court Must Determine That Each Summons Issued Was Not Used For An Improper Criminal Investigation Purpose, Angela Baker

Villanova Law Review

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Corporations - The Business Judgment Rule Shields The Good Faith Decision Of Disinterested Directors To Terminate A Derivative Suit Against The Corporation's Directors, Jeff J. Friedman Jan 1980

Corporations - The Business Judgment Rule Shields The Good Faith Decision Of Disinterested Directors To Terminate A Derivative Suit Against The Corporation's Directors, Jeff J. Friedman

Villanova Law Review

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The Applicability Of Rule 23(E) To Precertification Proceedings: The Functional Approach Applied, Kevin Silverang Jan 1980

The Applicability Of Rule 23(E) To Precertification Proceedings: The Functional Approach Applied, Kevin Silverang

Villanova Law Review

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Federal Civil Procedure - Fed R. Civ. P. 54(B) - A Proposed Two-Part Analysis For The Exercise Of A Trial Judge's Discretionary Certification Of A Claim As Final Under Rule 54(B) When A Counterclaim Remains Pending, James A. Matthews Iii Jan 1979

Federal Civil Procedure - Fed R. Civ. P. 54(B) - A Proposed Two-Part Analysis For The Exercise Of A Trial Judge's Discretionary Certification Of A Claim As Final Under Rule 54(B) When A Counterclaim Remains Pending, James A. Matthews Iii

Villanova Law Review

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Shaffer V. Heitner: A Death Warrant For The Transient Rule Of In Personam Jurisdiction, Daniel O. Bernstine Jan 1979

Shaffer V. Heitner: A Death Warrant For The Transient Rule Of In Personam Jurisdiction, Daniel O. Bernstine

Villanova Law Review

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Federal Practice And Procedure, Various Editors Jan 1979

Federal Practice And Procedure, Various Editors

Villanova Law Review

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The Implied Private Cause Of Action And The Federal Aviation Act: A Practical Application Of Cort V. Ash, James D. Crawford, Deena Jo. Schneider Jan 1977

The Implied Private Cause Of Action And The Federal Aviation Act: A Practical Application Of Cort V. Ash, James D. Crawford, Deena Jo. Schneider

Villanova Law Review

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Truth In Lending And The Federal Class Action, Joseph A. Dworetzky Jan 1976

Truth In Lending And The Federal Class Action, Joseph A. Dworetzky

Villanova Law Review

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An Intermediate National Appellate Court: Solution Or Diversion, Stephen C. White Jan 1976

An Intermediate National Appellate Court: Solution Or Diversion, Stephen C. White

Villanova Law Review

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Federal Practice And Procedure, Martin J. Kane Jan 1976

Federal Practice And Procedure, Martin J. Kane

Villanova Law Review

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Constitutional Law - Standing - The Zone Of Interest Test Of Data Processing Held Inapplicable To Plaintiff's Standing In A Suit Between Private Parties, Michael S. Burg Jan 1974

Constitutional Law - Standing - The Zone Of Interest Test Of Data Processing Held Inapplicable To Plaintiff's Standing In A Suit Between Private Parties, Michael S. Burg

Villanova Law Review

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Federal Jursidiction And Procedure, Various Editors Jan 1974

Federal Jursidiction And Procedure, Various Editors

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Federal Jurisdiction And Procedure, Various Editors Jan 1973

Federal Jurisdiction And Procedure, Various Editors

Villanova Law Review

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Blonder-Tongue Bites Back: Collateral Estoppel In Patent Litigation - A New Look, Francis P. Devine Jan 1972

Blonder-Tongue Bites Back: Collateral Estoppel In Patent Litigation - A New Look, Francis P. Devine

Villanova Law Review

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Recent Developments, Various Editors Jan 1972

Recent Developments, Various Editors

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Federal Pollution Control: Participation By States And Individuals Enhances The National Pollution Control Effort, Thomas R. Hendershot Jan 1971

Federal Pollution Control: Participation By States And Individuals Enhances The National Pollution Control Effort, Thomas R. Hendershot

Villanova Law Review

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The Pennsylvania Long-Arm: An Analytical Justification, Thomas B. Erekson Jan 1971

The Pennsylvania Long-Arm: An Analytical Justification, Thomas B. Erekson

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Statutory Pollution Control In Pennsylvania, Edward R. Paul, Michael J. Shepard Jan 1971

Statutory Pollution Control In Pennsylvania, Edward R. Paul, Michael J. Shepard

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


An Idigent's Right To An In Forma Pauperis Proceeding In Pennsylvania Divorce Litigation - Analysis And A Proposal, Richard W. Hoolstein, Michael R. Stiles Jan 1970

An Idigent's Right To An In Forma Pauperis Proceeding In Pennsylvania Divorce Litigation - Analysis And A Proposal, Richard W. Hoolstein, Michael R. Stiles

Villanova Law Review

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Recent Developments, Various Editors Jan 1970

Recent Developments, Various Editors

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.