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Civil Discovery Practice 2021 Edition (COMING SOON)

PRE-ORDER This handbook is an essential guide covering civil discovery in Illinois, including the practical application of Illinois discovery rules, quasi-discovery, limitations on discovery, interrogatories, production of documents and tangible things, depositions, motions for physical and mental examinations, and remedies for noncompliance.

PRE-ORDER

Pretrial discovery is designed to enhance the truth-seeking process, enable attorneys to better prepare and evaluate causes, eliminate surprises, ensure that judgments rest on the merits and not on the skillful maneuvering of counsel, and expedite the final determination of controversies in accordance with the substantive rights of the parties. This handbook is a comprehensive treatment of discovery practice in Illinois that will help you make the most of the civil discovery process and be completely prepared for trial. The authors guide you through the entire discovery process, including the practical application of Illinois discovery rules, quasi-discovery, limitations on discovery, interrogatories, the production of documents and tangible things, oral deposition preparation and deposition taking, interjurisdictional depositions, motions for physical and mental examinations, and remedies for noncompliance. Numerous editable forms are included for use in your own practice.

Chapter 1 — The Practical Application of Illinois Discovery Rules
Thomas A. Demetrio and Susan J. Schwartz, Corboy & Demetrio PC, and Daniel M. Kotin, Tomasik Kotin Kasserman, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Quasi-Discovery
Douglas M. Belofsky, Law Offices of Douglas Belofsky, P.C., Northbrook

Chapter 3 — Limitations on Discovery
Richard L. Miller II, Miller PC, Chicago

Chapter 4 — Interrogatories
Justin A. Relihan, Nidec Americas Holding Corporation, and Joseph C. Orlet, Husch Blackwell, LLP, St. Louis, MO

Chapter 5 — Production of Documents and Tangible Things
Edward G. Willer, Corboy & Demetrio PC, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Oral Deposition Preparation
Richard L. Miller II, Miller PC, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Deposition Taking
Richard L. Miller II, Miller PC, Chicago

Chapter 8 — Interjurisdictional Depositions
Richard Fred Johnson, Law Office of Richard Fred Johnson, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Motions for Physical and Mental Examinations
Laura J. Young, Kominiarek Bresler Harvick & Gudmundson, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 10 — Remedies for Noncompliance
Terrence J. Sheahan and Martin D. Syvertsen, Freeborn & Peters LLP, Chicago


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      PRE-ORDER

      Pretrial discovery is designed to enhance the truth-seeking process, enable attorneys to better prepare and evaluate causes, eliminate surprises, ensure that judgments rest on the merits and not on the skillful maneuvering of counsel, and expedite the final determination of controversies in accordance with the substantive rights of the parties. This handbook is a comprehensive treatment of discovery practice in Illinois that will help you make the most of the civil discovery process and be completely prepared for trial. The authors guide you through the entire discovery process, including the practical application of Illinois discovery rules, quasi-discovery, limitations on discovery, interrogatories, the production of documents and tangible things, oral deposition preparation and deposition taking, interjurisdictional depositions, motions for physical and mental examinations, and remedies for noncompliance. Numerous editable forms are included for use in your own practice.

      Chapter 1 — The Practical Application of Illinois Discovery Rules
      Thomas A. Demetrio and Susan J. Schwartz, Corboy & Demetrio PC, and Daniel M. Kotin, Tomasik Kotin Kasserman, LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 2 — Quasi-Discovery
      Douglas M. Belofsky, Law Offices of Douglas Belofsky, P.C., Northbrook

      Chapter 3 — Limitations on Discovery
      Richard L. Miller II, Miller PC, Chicago

      Chapter 4 — Interrogatories
      Justin A. Relihan, Nidec Americas Holding Corporation, and Joseph C. Orlet, Husch Blackwell, LLP, St. Louis, MO

      Chapter 5 — Production of Documents and Tangible Things
      Edward G. Willer, Corboy & Demetrio PC, Chicago

      Chapter 6 — Oral Deposition Preparation
      Richard L. Miller II, Miller PC, Chicago

      Chapter 7 — Deposition Taking
      Richard L. Miller II, Miller PC, Chicago

      Chapter 8 — Interjurisdictional Depositions
      Richard Fred Johnson, Law Office of Richard Fred Johnson, Chicago

      Chapter 9 — Motions for Physical and Mental Examinations
      Laura J. Young, Kominiarek Bresler Harvick & Gudmundson, LLC, Chicago

      Chapter 10 — Remedies for Noncompliance
      Terrence J. Sheahan and Martin D. Syvertsen, Freeborn & Peters LLP, Chicago


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