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The Federal Rules: The Human Equation Through Pretrial
Irving R. Kaufman
American Bar Association Journal
Vol. 44, No. 12 (DECEMBER 1958), pp. 1170-1173
Published by: American Bar Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25720597
Page Count: 4
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Judge Kaufman writes with great enthusiasm of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, particularly of the two techniques of pretrial and discovery, by the use of which this court was able to reduce its civil docket from 10,334 to 821, meaning a reduction in filing-to-trial time from three and a half years to six months. The judge's article is taken from an address delivered last year before the Wyoming State Bar.
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