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Elizabeth C. Wiggins, Molly Johnson, Gregory A. Mahin, Robert J. Niemic
March 13, 1996

A report of the results of a Center survey of participants in the bankruptcy system concerning their views of the Bankruptcy Rules and related forms.

Donna J. Stienstra
March 24, 1995

Report on the federal district courts' responses to the 1993 amendments to FRCP 26. Tables describe courts' local rules, general orders, and CJRA plans by indicating which of five key provisions of Rule 26 are in effect.

Donna J. Stienstra
March 1, 1994

Report on the federal district courts' responses to the 1993 amendments to FRCP 26. Tables describe courts' local rules, general orders, and CJRA plans by indicating which of five key provisions of Rule 26 are in effect.

Alan Hirsch, David J. Barrans, William W Schwarzer
January 1, 1991

The authors suggest ways of thinking about summary judgment that can help judges and lawyers make more effective use of the rule as a vehicle to reach the objectives of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 1: the just, speedy, and inexpensive resolution of litigation.

A. Leo Levin, Syl Sobel
January 1, 1987

A paper that examines the application of the sanctions provisions of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11 during the first few years after the 1983 amendments to the rule, with emphasis on appellate cases.

Nancy A. Weeks
April 1, 1984

Research on the local impacts of Federal Civil Rule 16(b)

Winifred R. Brown
January 1, 1981

An examination of the federal rulemaking process, with particular attention to those parts of the process that were eliciting criticism or suggestions for change.

Arthur R. Miller
January 1, 1980

A circuit-by-circuit review of case law governing award of attorneys' fees in class actions and an examination of abuses in fee requests. The report also includes a discussion of judges' and attorneys' attitudes toward fee computation.

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