Civil Litigation and Federal Courts Sean B Hogan LAW204-Buisness Law Ms. Stacey B. ManwareCivil Litigation and Federal Courts In this assignment we will define jurisdiction answer the questions on what bases could a private dispute be decided in Federal Court and what is the result of a Motion to Dismiss if the moving party is successful? We will then define enforcing a judgment and discuss how alternative dispute resolution (ADR) compares to Civil Litigation. Define Jurisdiction Jurisdiction is the power a court has to try cases and rule on legal matters within a particular geographic area and/or over certain types of legal cases enforceable by law or the constitution (Hill G. & Hill K. (n.d.). Based off of this definition determining the jurisdiction of a case seems vital because this would determine which court would try the case. The Cornell Law school website states that the authority for a to researching and their legal issues solved in their favor. Sometimes a judge may recommend ADR to save the court time and money through prosecution. The judgments from the ADR processes are binding and enforceable. When comparing the ADR process against the litigation process we find that litigation costs more money is slower and more tedious due to the large volume of cases awaiting trial. Therefore for some lawsuits ADR is not only efficient but the more effective process. References Hill G. & Hill K. (n.d.). Legal Dictionary - Law.com. Retrieved January 17 2018 from dictionary.law.com Jurisdiction over the Subject Matter of the Action (Subject Matter Jurisdiction). (n.d.). Retrieved January 17 2018 from lawshelf.com Pre-trial Motions Practice. (n.d.). Retrieved January 17 2018 from lawshelf.com P. (n.d.). Litigation Vs. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Retrieved January 17 2018 from general-law.knoji.com What Is Judgment Enforcement? (n.d.). Retrieved January 17 2018 from https://law.freeadvice.com/litigation/litigation/enforcement_judgment.htm. [...]
I have started this assignment but I need someone to have it finished plagiarism free per the below instructions. Please submit your paper as a Word Document. If you have the 2010 or 2013 version of Word, please save your paper in a previous version (Word 97-2003 document) as Safe Assign may not accept the most recent version. Please submit answers to the link below no later than 5:00 PM Sunday at week's end. Assignment Questions: (Short Essay Format -- minimum 100 words per answer) You must give the Source(s) of your answers (textbooks; websites etc.) to avoid receiving a low grade. Define "Jurisdiction." On what bases could a private dispute be decided in Federal Court? What is the result of a Motion to Dismiss if the moving party is successful? Define "Enforcing a Judgment." How does ADR compare to Civil Litigation? End of Questions Note: Assignment grades will be determined as follows: 50% content; 30% analysis; and 20% organization and mechanics.