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Elderly and civil procedure: Service and default, capacity issues, preserving and giving testimony, and compulsory physical or mental examinations
Larry L. Teply, The Elderly and Civil Procedure: Service and Default, Capacity Issues, Preserving and Giving Testimony, and Compulsory Physical or Mental Examinations, 30 Stetson L. Rev. 1273 (2001).
This article discusses the important elder law issues in the context of civil litigation and how many procedural rules affect the elderly directly. The author focuses on four main subject areas that affect the elderly the ...
Curing the deficiencies of the conflicts revolution: A proposal for national legislation on choice-of-law, jurisdiction, and judgments
Ralph U. Whitten, Curing the Deficiencies of the Conflicts Revolution: A Proposal for National Legislation on Choice-of-Law, Jurisdiction, and Judgments, 37 Willamette L. Rev. 259 (2001).