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To preliminarily enjoin or not to preliminarily enjoin? By Patrick J. Arnold, Jr. Federal Civil Practice, June 2014 A comparison of the legal standards for preliminary injunctions for each of the Circuits. 
Could summary jury trials provide a lower-cost litigation alternative? By Patrick J. Arnold, Jr. Federal Civil Practice, March 2011 A summary jury trial is nonbinding and is intended to be a flexible process. An abbreviated procedure is used, whereby the advisory jury may hear only lawyers' arguments, or may also hear some testimony from witnesses for both sides.

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