Courts explore alternatives to monetary sanctions.
Even absent a formal motion, courts must address claims of vexatious conduct.
Plaintiff can claim losses from stock acquired before false financials filed.
Circuits split on whether audio tapes may be replayed to jury in defendants' absence.
The Civil Rules Advisory Committee, in response to criticisms, withdrew some of its recommendations for changes to the Federal Rules.
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More and more bankruptcy and district courts have compelled arbitration against debtors or their trustees.
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Some rules for effectively questioning snitches.