Litigation in the Federal Court
Litigation in the Federal Court provides an in-depth analysis of how a proper knowledge of the relevant practice and procedure and jurisprudence fosters better case management.
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Litigation in the Federal Court of Australia must be conducted in a way that best facilitates the just resolution of disputes according to law and as quickly, inexpensively and efficiently as possible. This statutory requirement is to be fulfilled by having regard to the ‘civil practice and procedure provisions’, including the Federal Court Rules 2011. Litigation in the Federal Court provides an in-depth analysis and understanding of how a proper knowledge of relevant practice and procedure and jurisprudence fosters better case management during the conduct of litigation in the Federal Court.
- Set out in sequential order from pre-litigation orders to costs recovery
- Examines the current Rules and the case management approaches and philosophies of the Court
- Analysis of recent case law and practice and procedure relating to the Federal Court Rules 2011 and related legislation
Related LexisNexis Titles
Cujes & Ahmed, LexisNexis Annotated Acts: Annotated Federal Court Legislation and Rules, 2013
Practice and Procedure High Court and Federal Court of Australia, looseleaf and online
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Case Management in the Federal Court
Chapter 2: Pre-litigation Orders
Chapter 3: Commencing Proceedings
Chapter 4: Representation and Parties
Chapter 5: Filing and Service of Documents
Chapter 6: Conducting Proceedings
Chapter 7: Court and Registry Transfers
Chapter 8: Concluding Proceedings Early
Chapter 9: Hearings
Chapter 10: Judgments and Orders
Chapter 11: Appeals and Reviews
Chapter 12: Costs Recovery