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Reviews was actually enchanted by reviewing the work which consisted of 130 chapters on different areas of litigation, each of which was authored by a federal judge or law- yer of substantial prominence with vast practical experience. As a result of that review, I was asked to review the fourth edition which has been recently pub- lished. I am old-fashioned enough to like to use books in my legal research. This is in part due to my lack of computer skills, but more importantly I believe that books cater to my peripheral vision and allow me to think on a much broader scope than do the lin- ear requirements of a computer. For a per- son who loves both books and the law, this 14-volume set is a wonderful resource. I am curious enough that I can open up to any one of the 153 chapters and enjoy learn- ing the intricacies of a particular area of the law. Do not let the title fool you. These books are applicable to complex state ac- tions as well as federal actions. Most Ver- mont attorneys that I know in the litiga- tion field are generalists. Ninety percent of litigation is rather straight-forward and practitioners rely on their familiarity with the ins and outs of their cases. The oth- er ten percent of the time they are pre- sented with something entirely new and challenging. This is the time when β€œBusi- ness and Commercial Litigation in Feder- al Courts” can be most helpful. th The 4 edition contains 25 new chap- ters that were not included in the old vol- umes. For instance, a chapter on cross- border litigation is not something that Vermont lawyers would have had tradi- tionally focused on regularly, but in an ever-expanding global economy, it is likely that a Vermont practitioner will at some point run into parallel litigation in a foreign jurisdiction. This chapter would be an invaluable primer to lay out the genera °Α…Ι…΅•Ρ•Ί…ΉΡ‘”ΑΙ½‰±•΅Μ)Ρ‘…Ё…Ι₯Ν”₯Έ™½Ι•₯Έ©ΥΙ₯Ν‘₯Ρ₯½Έ±₯Ρ₯…Ρ₯½ΈΈ)Q‘”Ι•Ν½Υɍ”…±ΝΌ‘•±ΆѼ™₯ΉΑ½Ρ•ΉΡ₯…°)Ν½±ΥΡ₯½ΉΜΈ)Q‘•Ι”…Ι”‘…ΑΡ•Ί½Έ΅•‘₯…Ρ₯½Έ°…Ι‰€΄)ΡΙ…Ρ₯½Έ…Ή₯Ω₯°©ΥΝΡ₯”Ι•™½Ι΄ΈQ‘•δ₯Ω”)‰½Ρ …Έ½Ω•ΙΩ₯•ά…±½Ήœέ₯Ρ ΑΙ…Ρ₯…°½ˆ΄)Ν•ΙΩ…Ρ₯½ΉΜΈΉ•ά‘…Αѕȁ½ΈΝ½₯…°΅”΄)‘₯„‘•…±Μέ₯Ρ ™½Ι΅…°‘₯͍½Ω•ΙδΑΙ…Ρ₯•Μ°)₯Ή™½Ι΅…°‘₯͍½Ω•ΙδΑΙ…Ρ₯•Μ°•Ρ‘₯…°½Έ΄)•ΙΉΜ°…ΥΡ‘•ΉΡ₯…Ρ₯½Έ…Ή΅Υ ΅½Ι”Έ)]”…Ι”…±°‘•…±₯Ήœέ₯Ρ Ρ‘•Ν”½ΉΝΡ…ΉΡ±δ)•Ω½±Ω₯Ήœ₯ΝΝΥ•ΜΈ)Q‘•Ι”…Ι”‘₯‘±δΝΑ•₯…±₯镐‘…ΑΡ•ΙΜ)½Έ‘•…±₯Ήœέ₯Ρ ‘•…±Ρ …Ι”±₯Ρ₯…Ρ₯½Έ°)™•‘•Ι…°Ι•Υ±…Ρ½Ι䁅•Ή₯•Μ°΅…Ν́ѽΙΡΜ°)…Ω₯…Ρ₯½Έ°₯ΉΡ•ΙΉ…Ρ₯½Ή…°ΡΙ…‘”…ΉΑΥ‰±₯Œ)ΥΡ₯±₯Ρ₯•ΜΈ… ½˜Ρ‘•Ν”‘…ΑΡ•Ί₯ٕ́…Έ)₯ΉΡΙ½‘ՍΡ₯½ΈΡΌΡ‘”Α…ΙΡ₯Υ±…ȁ…Ι•„…Ή)…±ΝΌ₯ٕ́…‘Ω₯”½Έ‘½άΡΌ΅½Ω”ΡΌ΄)݅ɑ́„Ν½±ΥΡ₯½ΈΡΌ½΅΅½ΈΑΙ½‰±•΅ΜΈ)QέΌ‘…ΑΡ•ΙΜ°½Ή”½Έ©½₯ΉΠΩ•ΉΡΥΙ•Μ)…ΉΡ‘”½Ρ‘•Θ½Έ™₯‘Ս₯…Ι䁑ΥΡ䁱₯Ρ₯„΄)Ρ₯½Έ°$Ι•…Ω•Ι䁍…Ι•™Υ±±δ…́ё•δ™₯Ё₯ΉΡΌ)Ν½΅”±₯Ρ₯…Ρ₯½Έ$ΥΙΙ•ΉΡ±δ‘…Ω”Α•Ή‘₯ΉœΈ$)™½ΥΉΡ‘•΄‰½Ρ ΡΌ‰”ΕΥ₯Ρ”ΥΝ•™Υ°Έ)Q‘•Ι”₯́…±ΝΌ…Έ•αΡΙ•΅•±δΥΝ•™Υ°‘…ΐ΄)ѕȁ½Έ₯Ω₯°Ι₯‘Ρ́±₯Ρ₯…Ρ₯½ΈΥΉ‘•Θƒ œ€ΔδΰΜΈ)Q‘•Ν”Ή•ά‘…ΑΡ•Ί…Ι”‘•±Α™Υ°‰ΥЁ΅δ)•΅Α‘…Ν₯́½ΈΡ‘•΄₯́₯ΈΉΌέ…䁡•…ΉΠΡΌ)‘₯ΝΑ…Ι…”Ρ‘”½Ρ‘•ΘΡΙ…‘₯Ρ₯½Ή…°‘…ΑΡ•ΙΜ)έ‘₯ …±°‘•…°•αΡΙ•΅•±δέ•±°έ₯Ρ Ρ‘•₯ȁمȴ)₯½ΎѽΑ₯ΜΈQ‘”‘…ΑΡ•Ί½ΉΡ…₯Έ…±΅½ΝΠ)•Ω•ΙδΡ½Α₯Œ„±₯Ρ₯…ѽȁݽձ•Ω•Θ‰•½΅”)₯ΉΩ½±Ω•₯ΈΈ)5䁅‘Ω₯”Ι•…Ι‘₯ΉœΡ‘₯͕́Ι₯•ΜΡΌ…Ήδ)±…έε•Θέ‘Ό‘…́„±₯•ΉΠΙ•ΕΥ•ΝΡ₯Ήœ₯ΉΩ½±Ω”΄)΅•ΉΠ₯ΈΉ•ά…Ι•…́½˜Α½Ρ•ΉΡ₯…°±₯Ρ₯…Ρ₯½Έ₯Μ)Ρ‘₯ΜιΡ‘”™₯ΙΝЁё₯ΉœΡ‘…Ё͑½Υ±‰”‘½Ή”₯́Ѽ)±½½¬₯ΉΡΌΡ‘”₯Ή‘•ΰ…Ή™₯ΉΡ‘”…ΑΑ±₯…‰±”)‘…ΑΡ•ΙΜΈQ‘”Ι•…‘₯Ήœ½˜Ρ‘”…ΑΑΙ½ΑΙ₯…Ρ”)‘…Αѕȁ…Ёё”‰•₯ΉΉ₯Ήœ½˜±₯Ρ₯…Ρ₯½Έέ₯±°)‘•±ΐΡ‘”±…έε•ΘΑΥЁё”™…Ρ́₯ΈΑ•ΙΝΑ•Œ΄)Ρ₯Ω”ΈΝ•½ΉΙ•…‘₯Ήœ…́ё”±₯Ρ₯…Ρ₯½Έ΅„΄)ΡΥɕ́έ₯±°₯Ω”₯ΉΩ…±Υ…‰±”…‘Ω₯”½Έ‘½άΡΌ)ΑΙ½••°₯Ή±Υ‘₯Ήœ•Ω•ΙεΡ‘₯Ήœ™Ι½΄‘•¬΄)±₯ΝΡ́ѼΑ½Ρ•ΉΡ₯…°©ΥΙδ₯ΉΝΡΙՍΡ₯½ΉΜΈQ‘”έΙ₯Π΄)₯Ήœ₯́•α•±±•ΉΠ°Ρ‘”Ρ½Α₯Μ…Ι”•α‘…ΥΝΡ₯Ω”)…ΉΡΌ±…έε•Ίέ₯Ρ Α…ΙΡ₯Υ±…ȁΑΙ½‰±•΅Μ½Θ)©ΥΝЁΑ±…₯Έ½±΅™…Ν‘₯½Ή•ΥΙ₯½Ν₯Ρ䰁ё•δέ₯±°)™₯ΉΡ‘₯͕́Ё½˜‰½½­Μ₯ΉΩ…±Υ…‰±”Έ)Q‘”Y έ•±½΅•Μ₯Ή½΅₯ΉœAΙ•Ν₯‘•ΉΠ…Έ5…Υ₯Ι”Έ(Πΐ)Q!YI5=9P H)=UI90ƒŠˆ10€ΘΐΔά)έέάΉΩΡ‰…ΘΉ½Ιœ