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Alan Hirsch, Diane Sheehey
April 25, 2005

This monograph explains the doctrinal and case-management aspects of fee awards.

Robert Force
January 1, 2004

This monograph introduces federal judges to admiralty and maritime law, including both general maritime and statutory law. The author examines the rules relating to jurisdiction and procedure that are peculiar to this field.

George Rutherglen
January 1, 2004

An examination of the substantive and procedural provisions of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This fourth edition discusses developments in the law through June 2004, including changes resulting from the Civil Rights Act of 1991 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Laural L. Hooper, Molly Johnson
December 1, 2003

This monograph, revised as of December 2003, describes the statutes, case law, and policies applicable to federal capital case-management issues such as appointment of counsel, case budgeting, and jury selection, and summarizes procedures judges have used in capi

Thomas Lee Hazen
January 1, 2003

An introduction to the intricacies of federal securities law. The author examines the statutory framework for the issues that federal judges are most likely to encounter in securities litigation: basic registration, disclosure, and antifraud.

Bruce M. Clarke, Robert Timothy Reagan
March 14, 2002

This monograph consists of an overview of the law of redistricting, a summary of statistical techniques frequently used in redistricting litigation, and a discussion of some of the major case management challenges presented by such cases.

Alan Hirsch
January 1, 2002

This monograph offers a synthesis and analysis of the case law under 28 U.S.C. 455 and 144 to assist judges in ruling on recusal.

Laural L. Hooper, Molly Johnson
January 1, 2002

This monograph, revised as of December 16, 2002, describes the statutes, case law, and policies applicable to federal capital case-management issues such as appointment of counsel, case budgeting, and jury selection, and summarizes procedures judges have used in

Laural L. Hooper, Molly Johnson
January 1, 2001

This monograph describes the statutes, case law, and policies applicable to federal capital case-management issues such as appointment of counsel, case budgeting, and jury selection, and summarizes procedures judges have used in capital cases at each stage of the proceedings.

Louise Decarl Adler, Marcia S. Krieger, Samuel L. Bufford, Sidney B. Brooks
January 1, 2001

This monograph describes the law governing insolvency cases with transnational dimensions.

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