Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Penn State Law - Research Centers

County Supervisors Constitutional Duties Penn State Law - Research Centers

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  1. Using basic antitrust law as a foundation, this course will explore the myriad procedural, tactical, and strategic issues that arise in the prosecution or defense of modern "big case" commercial litigation. After covering the basic antitrust concepts, the course will follow a major case through its principal phases, from drafting the complaint and answer, to discovery of expert witnesses, to preparing and presenting summary judgment motions, to working with jury consultants, to settlement efforts, to trial preparation and presentation


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