The development of exceptions in the Rules of Civil Procedure and federal statutes that apply only to litigants outside the US is explored. The Rules should not make exceptions on a blanket basis, as some proposals indicate.
George K. Walker,
The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in the Context of Transnational Law,
57 Law and Contemporary Problems
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