Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, 4th Edition, published by Thompson West, is the preeminent legal treatise on all aspects of federal law and procedure. Ajamie LLP’s Tom Ajamie and Courtney Scobie author and annually update the treatise’s chapter on Expert Witnesses. This 15-volume resource includes chapters written by the nation’s most respected commercial litigators and judges, and provides comprehensive guidance on all phases of commercial litigation — from initial assessment of cases for trial and arbitration, to the precise drafting of pleadings and discovery, through final verdict and award. The treatise has won critical acclaim across the United States from dozens of lawyers, judges, experts, and legal luminaries.
More than 75 book reviews of the Fourth Edition have been published in legal newspapers, bar journals, and other publications since its initial publication. Among them:
“The universe of business and commercial litigation is varied and complex…. The expected federal law topics remain covered … and covered well…. Moreover, there can be little doubt about the work’s credibility. In addition to seasoned practitioners, over 25 federal district court and courts of appeals jurists lend immediate bona fides as authors of suggested strategies, considerations, and guidance.”
Litigation News, published by the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation
“This series is unique in that it speaks to both the active practitioner as well as in-house counsel. The how-to is coupled with the what, where and why to produce a truly great reference and handbook to business and commercial litigation in federal courts…. [t]he authors and firms read like a Who’s Who of the legal profession.”
Inside, the Newsletter of the Corporate Counsel Section of the New York State Bar Association
The Fourth Edition of Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts is an indispensable guide for the practicing attorney and we are proud of Tom and Courtney’s inclusion among the top litigators in the United States who are contributing to this highly-respected body of work.