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The Revival of Bills of Particulars Under the Federal Rules, 71 Harv. L. Rev. 1473 (1958)

Abstract

The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure originally made grudging provision for bills of particulars. In 1948 even that grudging provision was eliminated. I will make three inquiries: (1) whether recent decisions are not reviving bills of particulars, in form full-blown, although under another name; (2) whether such revival, if it is taking place, is warranted by the rules; and (3) whether it is a good or bad thing.

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1958

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The Revival of Bills of Particulars Under the Federal Rules, 71 Harv. L. Rev. 1473 (1958)

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