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Expanded Recognition in Written Laws of Ancillary Federal Court Powers: Supplementing the Supplemental Jurisdiction Statute
Ancillary federal district court powers embody more than adjudicatory authority over "factually interdependent" civil claims initially presented within cases or controversies. Ancillary powers are used to facilitate civil ...
Recognizing Party and Nonparty Interests in Written Civil Procedure Laws
Since their inception in 1938, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have largely directed civil litigation procedures in American trial courts. The organization of the rules reflects the natural progression of a civil case ...