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tranquility

Senior Member
What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? U.S.

While it is always amusing to have a newbie tell others how they must help him, in;

https://forum.freeadvice.com/civil-litigation-46/snapshot-time-constraints-fed-r-civ-p-608045.html

one was quite insistent. Even after repeated, polite, requests were made to adjust to forum culture and to examples of why the forum works best that way, he refused and lost an incredible resource. Again, pity.

That does not mean his request would not be useful to others. So I will post the first couple of responses to a Google search not of something silly like "time constraints for the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure" but for something sensible like:
federal litigation flowchart

(Awesome interactive .pdf)
http://us.practicallaw.com/2-503-1321

(Good one that is very readable)
http://gibsondunn.com/publications/Documents/McRae-RichardsonRoyer-FirstStepsPLC.pdf

(Great one, but you have to pay)
http://www.scribd.com/doc/176449016/Federal-Litigation-Flowchart

[SEO, do your stuff.]
 


Just Blue

Senior Member
What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? U.S.

While it is always amusing to have a newbie tell others how they must help him, in;

https://forum.freeadvice.com/civil-litigation-46/snapshot-time-constraints-fed-r-civ-p-608045.html

one was quite insistent. Even after repeated, polite, requests were made to adjust to forum culture and to examples of why the forum works best that way, he refused and lost an incredible resource. Again, pity.

That does not mean his request would not be useful to others. So I will post the first couple of responses to a Google search not of something silly like "time constraints for the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure" but for something sensible like:
federal litigation flowchart

(Awesome interactive .pdf)
http://us.practicallaw.com/2-503-1321

(Good one that is very readable)
http://gibsondunn.com/publications/Documents/McRae-RichardsonRoyer-FirstStepsPLC.pdf

(Great one, but you have to pay)
http://www.scribd.com/doc/176449016/Federal-Litigation-Flowchart

[SEO, do your stuff.]
Apparently "free advice" = YOU WILL DO AS I SAY VOLUNTEERS!!

Thank you Tranq for all that you do. I, for one , really do appreciate what you do here. :) ;)
 

PaulMass

Member
Even after repeated, polite, requests were made to adjust to forum culture and to examples of why the forum works best that way, he refused and lost an incredible resource.
I'm sure he simply moved along to another resource that doesn't berate posters for not following unwritten rules.
 

TheGeekess

Keeper of the Kraken
I'm sure he simply moved along to another resource that doesn't berate posters for not following unwritten rules.
I don't see where you get 'berate' from. The requests were made politely and explained why it is done that way on this board.

But, hey, if you don't like it.... :cool:
 

Zigner

Senior Member, Non-Attorney
I'm sure he simply moved along to another resource that doesn't berate posters for not following unwritten rules.
1) He wasn't berated.
2) He ignore repeated polite requests to follow the convention on this forum.


(You sure are a peach)


ETA: Yeah, what she said!
 

tranquility

Senior Member
I'm sure he simply moved along to another resource that doesn't berate posters for not following unwritten rules.
Did you read the thread?

He is dealing with the IRS. He should also keep all questions in a single thread just to resolve this type of issue.
I didn't check to see if he had posted elsewhere. Perhaps FrumpyNoggin can add the question asked in this thread to his other thread and then delete this one, to make it easier on the volunteers.
Keep your related issues in the same thread please.
While the question may have been specific, you would be surprised at the number of people who write that use jargon but don't have a clue of what it means. Just another reason to keep all your questions in the same thread. The volunteers who answer can get a general sense of what you are about and have all the background answered to know the type of answer you seek.

Pretend you have filed a case. Keep all your questions related to that case in the same thread. If, someday, you want to ask about suing the ice cream man for playing his music too loud, then would be a good time to start another thread.
Each comment in response to the OP's postings. Each time the OP responded as to how his way is the correct way and we were wrong. Then I posted my final comment to him expressing how bad it was he would not get an answer that was easily obtained because of his intransigence.

be·rate verb \bi-ˈrāt, bē-\
: to yell at (someone) : to criticize (someone) in a loud and angry way
 

Just Blue

Senior Member
Did you read the thread?









Each comment in response to the OP's postings. Each time the OP responded as to how his way is the correct way and we were wrong. Then I posted my final comment to him expressing how bad it was he would not get an answer that was easily obtained because of his intransigence.
IE...OP was a sh..ahem...jerk. ;)
 
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