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BUSINESS LAW MIDTERM

CHAPTER 3

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THE TYPE OF JURISDICTION THE US SUPREME COURT HAS IN CASES COMING FROM FEDERAL COURTS OF APPEAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION
THE PLACE (COUNTRY WHERE THE LAWSUIT SHOULD BE FILED OR HAS TO BE TRIED VENUE
THE "CHARGES" GIVEN BY THE JUDGE FOR THE PURPOSE OF AIDING THE JURY IN REACHING ITS DECISION INSTRUCTIONS
THE JURY'S DECISION VERDICT
THE USE OF A NEUTRAL PERSON SELECTED BY THE DISPUTING PARTIES TO DECIDE THE DISPUTE ARBITRATION
PRETRIAL TESTIMONY UNDER OATH TAKEN OUT OF COURT THAT MAY BE USED AT THE TRIAL DEPOSITION
THE DOCUMENT THAT CONTAINS THE CLAIMS OF THE PLAINTIFF WHICH, WHEN FILED, COMMENCES A CIVIL LAWSUIT AND GIVES A COURT JURISDICTION OVER THE PLAINTIFF COMPLAINT
THE PRETRIAL PROCEDURE BY WHICH EACH PARTY HAS THE RIGHT TO OBTAIN EVIDENCE, OR INFORMATION THAT MIGHT LEAD TO EVIDENCE, FROM THE OTHER PARTY DISCOVERY
A METHOD OF APPEALING A CASE TO THE US SUPREME COURT WRIT OF CERTIOARI
THE POWER OR AUTHORITY A COURT MUST HAVE TO HEAR AND DECIDE A CASE JURISDICTION
A CLAIM BY THE DEFENDANT IN A CIVIL LAWSUIT THAT SHE HAS BEEN DAMAGED AND CLAIMS COMPENSATION COUNTERCLAIM
WRITTEN QUESTIONS SUBMITTED TO THE OPPOSING PARTY IN A CIVIL LAWSUIT REQUIRING WRITTEN ANSWERS MADE UNDER OATH BUT BEFORE THE TRIAL INTERROGATORIES
A PERSON WHO PROPOSES POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO DISPUTING PARTIES THAT ARE NOT BINDING MEDIATOR
THE DECISION OF AN ARBITRATOR AWARD
NOTICE TO A DEFENDANT THAT A CIVIL LAWSUIT HAS BEEN BROUGHT AGAINST HIM/HER SUMMONS
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