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Prosecuting a Civil Suit - Pleading and Proving Plaintiff's Case.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of RICO: Civil and Criminal, Law and Strategy to their offering. E[acute accent]This definitive guidebook deals extensively with: unresolved splits regarding the four-year statute of limitations; due process; the evolving definitions of "pattern" and "enterprise"; determination of predicate acts including mail fraud, wire fraud and securities fraud; potential applications of RICO in all instances of commercial fraud; causation, injury, and scope of damages; pre-trial seizure of assets and forfeiture of assets; criminal "mega-trials"; parallel proceedings and collateral consequences; and government civil RICO. The book, which analyzes major Supreme Court decisions, also keeps you up-to-date on the latest judicial interpretations of many important issues, including decisions on survival of RICO actions after death. This book is updated as needed, generally two times each year.

E[acute accent]Chapters Include:-

E[acute accent]Chapter 1.

E[acute accent]The Fundamentals of RICO

E[acute accent]Chapter 2.

E[acute accent]Civil RICO: Basic Applications

E[acute accent]Chapter 3.

E[acute accent]Civil RICO: Special Problems

E[acute accent]Chapter 4.

E[acute accent]Civil RICO: Damages

E[acute accent]Chapter 5.

E[acute accent]Criminal RICO: Guidelines and Applications

E[acute accent]Chapter 6.

E[acute accent]Criminal RICO: Forfeiture

E[acute accent]Chapter 7.

E[acute accent]Prosecuting a Civil Suit: Pleading and Proving Plaintiffs Case

E[acute accent]Chapter 8.

E[acute accent]Civil RICO: Defendants Tactics and Strategy

E[acute accent]Chapter 9.

E[acute accent]Criminal RICO: Prosecutors Considerations

E[acute accent]Chapter 10.

E[acute accent]Criminal RICO: Defense Techniques

E[acute accent]Chapter 11.

E[acute accent]Civil and Criminal RICO: Parallel Proceedings

E[acute accent]Chapter 12.

E[acute accent]Government Civil RICO

E[acute accent]Appendix A Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Provisions of the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970 E[acute accent]Appendix B Department of Justice Guidelines--United States Attorneys Manual, Title 9--Criminal Division

E[acute accent]Index

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