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Moore's Federal Practice is 75!

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Cited in more than 47,000 cases since its first printing in 1938, Moore’s Federal Practice® is a trusted standard for legal analysis of federal procedure. To celebrate its 75th anniversary, here’s a …

Cited in more than 47,000 cases since its first printing in 1938, Moore’s Federal Practice® is a trusted standard for legal analysis of federal procedure. To celebrate its 75th anniversary, here’s a fun look at how this venerable publication has grown from a four-volume print set to a full publication line that also includes eBooks, online access and practice guides.

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  • 1. 1938 1942 1948 1962 1974 1994 2009 20131997 2000 2007 20111996PROFESSOR JAMES WILLIAM MOOREPUBLICATION OF MOORE’S FEDERAL PRACTICECOURT CITINGSMoore’s Federal Practice®is 75!Cited in more than 47,000 cases since its first printing in 1938, Moore’s Federal Practice®is a trusted standard for legalanalysis of federal procedure. To celebrate its 75th anniversary, here’s a fun look at how this venerable publication hasgrown from a four-volume print set to a full publication line that also includes eBooks, online access and practice guides.1938 Professor James William Mooreserves as an original drafter of theFederal Rules of Civil Procedure1938 First cited by afederal court in Nichols v.Sanborn Co., 24 F. Supp.908 (D. Mass. 1938)2013 Most recentSCOTUS citing, Marx v.General Revenue Corp.,185 L. Ed. 2d 242 (2013)1997 Moore’s publicationsdebut at lexis.com®1942 First cited bythe U.S. Supreme Court(SCOTUS) in Reevesv. Beardall, Executor,316 U.S. 283 (1942)1938 Moore’s FederalPractice—four-volumetreatise on newrules—debuts1948 Moore’s Federal Practice,Second Edition, nine-volumetreatise, published1962 Professor Moore awardedthe first Learned Hand Medalfor excellence in jurisprudence1974 “In Honor of James WilliamMoore: Forward,” publishedin the Yale Law Journal1994 Professor Mooredies, and a Moore’s Boardof Editors is formed1996-97 Board of Editorscompletely revises the set1997 Moore’sFederal PracticeThird Edition isa 31-volumeloose-leaf treatise2007 14,000+ pagesof treatise textreplaced for restylingof Civil Rules2009 First AnswerGuide™,Moore’s Federal Practice:Federal Pretrial CivilLitigation, released2011 Moore’s FederalPractice availableas an eBook2000 James William Moore WritingCompetition, for first year law students2000 First portable,softbound editionLexisNexis, lexis.com and the Knowledge Burst logo are registered trademarks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used under license. Moore’s Federal Practice is a registered trademark and AnswerGuide isa trademark of Matthew Bender & Company Inc. Other products or services may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. © 2013 LexisNexis. All rights reserved. 158437 0513Cited in more than47,000 cases

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