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Discovery Considerations in Specific Civil Cases 2017 Edition

This handbook guides attorneys through special considerations in discovery practice in a wide variety of circumstances, including automobile accidents, medical negligence, and products liability.

The result of any case, whether or not it goes to trial, is largely determined during discovery. DISCOVERY CONSIDERATIONS IN SPECIFIC CIVIL CASES is a comprehensive treatment of the special considerations in discovery practice in specific practice areas, including automobile accident, construction injury, medical negligence, Federal Employers’ Liability Act, class action, wrongful-death, products liability, and premises liability cases. In this handbook, some of Illinois’ most experienced attorneys guide you through the discovery process and share sample interrogatories, requests to produce, and deposition questions that can be downloaded and adapted for your clients’ needs.

Chapter 1 — Automobile Accident Cases
Jeffrey J. Kroll, Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C., Chicago

Chapter 2 — Construction Injury Cases
Daniel V. O’Connor and Jeffrey S. Jordan, O’Connor & Nakos Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 3 — Medical Negligence Cases
Thomas A. Demetrio and Susan J. Schwartz, Corboy & Demetrio, and Daniel M. Kotin, Tomasik Kotin Kasserman, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 4 — Federal Employers’ Liability Act Plaintiffs’ Cases
Robert P. Marcus, Kujawski Marcus, LLC, O’Fallon

Chapter 5 — Federal Employers’ Liability Act Defendants’ Cases
Charles J. Swartwout, Boyle Brasher LLC, Belleville

Chapter 6 — Class Actions
Kevin R. Malloy, Forde Law Offices LLP, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Wrongful-Death Cases
M. John Hefner, Jr., Mattoon

Chapter 8 — Products Liability Cases
Lew R. C. Bricker and Sandra J. Cukierski, SmithAmundsen LLC, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Premises Liability Cases
Lew R. C. Bricker and Sandra J. Cukierski, SmithAmundsen LLC, Chicago

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The result of any case, whether or not it goes to trial, is largely determined during discovery. DISCOVERY CONSIDERATIONS IN SPECIFIC CIVIL CASES is a comprehensive treatment of the special considerations in discovery practice in specific practice areas, including automobile accident, construction injury, medical negligence, Federal Employers’ Liability Act, class action, wrongful-death, products liability, and premises liability cases. In this handbook, some of Illinois’ most experienced attorneys guide you through the discovery process and share sample interrogatories, requests to produce, and deposition questions that can be downloaded and adapted for your clients’ needs.

Chapter 1 — Automobile Accident Cases
Jeffrey J. Kroll, Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard P.C., Chicago

Chapter 2 — Construction Injury Cases
Daniel V. O’Connor and Jeffrey S. Jordan, O’Connor & Nakos Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 3 — Medical Negligence Cases
Thomas A. Demetrio and Susan J. Schwartz, Corboy & Demetrio, and Daniel M. Kotin, Tomasik Kotin Kasserman, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 4 — Federal Employers’ Liability Act Plaintiffs’ Cases
Robert P. Marcus, Kujawski Marcus, LLC, O’Fallon

Chapter 5 — Federal Employers’ Liability Act Defendants’ Cases
Charles J. Swartwout, Boyle Brasher LLC, Belleville

Chapter 6 — Class Actions
Kevin R. Malloy, Forde Law Offices LLP, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Wrongful-Death Cases
M. John Hefner, Jr., Mattoon

Chapter 8 — Products Liability Cases
Lew R. C. Bricker and Sandra J. Cukierski, SmithAmundsen LLC, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Premises Liability Cases
Lew R. C. Bricker and Sandra J. Cukierski, SmithAmundsen LLC, Chicago

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