After a plaintiff files a complaint in a civil lawsuit, the complaint must be served on each defendant. Under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, identify the three ways a complaint may be served on an individual defendant (that is, a defendant who is a human being, as opposed to a corporation or other entity).
Assume that your client has been served with a summons and complaint in a civil lawsuit in federal court in the United States. What may your client file in response to the complaint? Identify and explain the client’s options.
Briefly describe a motion for summary judgment under FRCP 56, including the legal standard for granting such a motion, at what point in a civil lawsuit such a motion is usually filed, and the purpose of such a motion in American civil lawsuits.
Assume that a federal prosecutor is contemplating commencing a criminal case against a suspect. Identify and explain the three different ways that the criminal case against the suspect could be commenced. Include in your answer what things (or circumstances) may be considered in selecting among those three options.
Assume that you represent a United States corporation that is incorporated in Delaware and has its principal place of business in New York. The corporation has been sued in federal district court in Pennsylvania by plaintiffs who allege that products the corporation marketed and sold in Pennsylvania caused the plaintiffs harm. Your client wishes to move to dismiss the case for lack of personal jurisdiction. Explain how the court would evaluate such a motion, including the test(s) that the court would use.
each question is one or two paragraph
Type of service: Academic paper writing
Type of assignment: Essay
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Academic level: Sophomore(college 2nd year)
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