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2001 EDITION 2007 EDITION TITLE
1.1 1.1A-1.1C Duty of Jury
1.1A Duty of Jury (Court Reads and Provides Written Set of Instructions)
1.1B Duty of Jury (Court Reads Instructions Only)
1.1C Duty of Jury (Court Reads and Provides Written Set of Instructions at End of Case)
1.2 1.2 Claims and Defenses
1.3 1.6 What Is Evidence
1.4 1.7 What Is Not Evidence
1.5 1.8 Evidence for Limited Purpose
1.6 1.9 Direct and Circumstantial Evidence
1.7 1.10 Ruling on Objections
1.8 1.11 Credibility of Witnesses
1.9 1.12 Conduct of the Jury
1.10 1.13 No Transcript Available to Jury
1.11 1.14 Taking Notes
1.12 1.19 Outline of Trial
1.13 1.3 Burden of Proof–Preponderance of the Evidence
1.14 1.4 Burden of Proof–Clear and Convincing Evidence
2.1 1.12 Cautionary Instruction–First Recess
2.2 1.18 Bench Conferences and Recesses
2.3 2.1 Stipulated Testimony
2.4 2.2 Stipulations of Fact
2.5 2.3 Judicial Notice
2.6 2.4 Deposition as Substantive Evidence
2.7 2.5 Transcript of Tape Recording
2.8 2.6 Transcript of Recording in Foreign Language
2.9 2.7 Foreign Language Testimony
2.10 1.8 Limited Purpose Evidence
2.11 2.8 Impeachment by Conviction of Crime
2.12 2.9 Tests and Experiments
2.13 2.10 Use of Interrogatories of a Party
3.0 1.0 Cover Sheet
3.1 1.1A-1.1C Duties of Jury to Find Facts and Follow Law
3.2 1.6 What Is Evidence
3.3 1.7 What Is Not Evidence
3.4 1.16 Jury to be Guided by Official English Translation/Interpretation
3.5 1.9 Direct and Circumstantial Evidence
3.6 1.11 Credibility of Witnesses
3.7 2.11 Opinion Evidence, Expert Witnesses
3.8 Causation (Comment only)
3.9 2.12 Charts and Summaries Not Received in Evidence
3.10 2.13 Charts and Summaries in Evidence
3.11 1.5 Two or More Parties–Different Legal Rights
3.12 2.8 Impeachment Evidence–Witness
4.1 3.1 Duty to Deliberate
4.2 1.14 Use of Notes
4.3 3.2 Communication With Court
4.4 3.3 Return of Verdict
4.5 3.4 Additional Instructions of Law
4.6 3.5 Deadlocked Jury
5.1 1.3 Burden of Proof–Preponderance of the Evidence
5.2 1.4 Burden of Proof–Clear and Convincing Evidence
5.3 Complete Affirmative Defense
6.1 4.1 Corporations and Partnerships–Fair Treatment
6.2 4.2 Liability of Corporations–Scope of Authority Not in Issue
6.3 4.3 Liability of Partnerships–Scope of Authority Not in Issue
6.4 4.4 Agent and Principal–Definition
6.5 4.5 Agent–Scope of Authority Defined
6.6 4.6 Act of Agent Is Act of Principal–Scope of Authority Not in Issue
6.7 4.7 Both Principal and Agent Sued–No Issue as to Agency or Authority
6.8 4.8 Principal Sued but Not Agent–No Issue as to Agency or Authority
6.9 4.9 Both Principal and Agent Sued–Agency or Authority Denied
6.10 4.10 Principal Sued, but Not Agent–Agency or Authority Denied
6.11 4.11 Independent Contractor–Definition
6.12 4.12 General Partnership–Definition
6.13 4.13 General Partnership–Scope of Partnership Business Defined
6.14 4.14 General Partnership–Act of Partner Is Act of All Partners
6.15 4.15 General Partnership–Liability of Partner–No Issue as to Partnership, Agency, or Scope of Authority
6.16 4.16 Partnership–Existence Admitted–Scope of Partnership Business in Issue–Effect
6.17 4.17 Partnership–Existence of Partnership in Issue–Effect
7.1 5.1 Damages–Proof
7.2 5.2 Measures of Types of Damages
7.3 5.3 Damages–Mitigation
7.4 5.4 Damages Arising in the Future–Discount to Present Cash Value
7.5 5.5 Punitive Damages
7.6 5.6 Nominal Damages
8.1 6.1 Preliminary Jury Instruction for Federal Employers’ Liability Act (45 U.S.C. §§ 51 and 53)
8.2 6.2 FELA–Elements and Burden of Proof
8.3 6.3 FELA–Negligence Defined
8.4 6.4 FELA–Causation
8.5 6.5 FELA–Plaintiff’s Compliance With Defendant's Request or Directions
8.6 6.6 FELA–Damages (Comment only)
8.7 6.7 FELA–Plaintiff’s Negligence–Reduction of Damages (45 U.S.C. § 53)
9.1 7.1 Seaman Status
9.2 7.2 Jones Act–Negligence Claim–Elements and Burden of Proof (46 App. U.S.C. § 688)
9.3 7.3 Jones Act–Negligence Defined
9.4 7.4 Jones Act–Negligence Claim–Causation
9.5 7.10 Jones Act–Plaintiff’s Compliance With Defendant's Request or Directions
9.6 7.5 Unseaworthiness Claim–Elements And Burden of Proof
9.7 7.6 Unseaworthiness Defined
9.8 7.7 Unseaworthiness–Causation
9.9 7.8 Negligence or Unseaworthiness–Damages–Proof (Comment only)
9.10 7.9 Negligence or Unseaworthiness–Plaintiff's Negligence–Reduction of Damages
9.11 7.11 Maintenance And Cure–Elements and Burden of Proof
9.12 7.12 Maintenance And Cure–Willful or Arbitrary Failure to Pay
10.1 8.1 Tax Refund Actions–Elements and Burden of Proof–Claimed Refund
10.2 8.2 Tax Refund Actions–Elements and Burden of Proof–Claimed Deductions
11.1 9.1-9.3 Violation of Federal Civil Rights–Elements and Burden of Proof
11.2 9.1-9.3 Under Color of Law Defined
9.3 Section 1983 Claim Against Supervisory Defendant in Individual Capacity–Elements and Burden of Proof
9.8 Causation
9.9 Particular Rights–First Amendment–Public Employees–Speech
9.10 Particular Rights–First Amendment–“Citizen” Plaintiff
11.3 9.26 Qualified Immunity (Comment only)
11.4 9.22, 9.23 Excessive Force–Unreasonable Seizure–Lawful Arrest
11.5 9.11 Unreasonable Search–Generally
11.6 9.12 Unreasonable Search–Exceptions to Warrant Requirement–Search Incident to Lawful Arrest
11.7 9.13 Unreasonable Search–Exceptions to Warrant Requirement–Consent
11.8 9.14 Unreasonable Search–Exceptions to Warrant Requirement–Exigent Circumstances
9.15 Particular Rights–Fourth Amendment–Unreasonable Search–Exception to Warrant Requirement– Emergency or Community Caretaker Circumstances
9.16 Particular Rights–Fourth Amendment–Unreasonable Seizure of Property–Generally
9.17 Particular Rights–Fourth Amendment–Unreasonable Seizure of Property–Exception to Warrant Requirement
9.18 Particular Rights–Fourth Amendment–Unreasonable Seizure of Person–Generally
9.19 Particular Rights–Fourth Amendment–Unreasonable Seizure of Person–Exception to Warrant Requirement–Terry Stop
9.20 Particular Rights–Fourth Amendment–Unreasonable Seizure of Person–Probable Cause Arrest
9.21 Particular Rights–Fourth Amendment–Unreasonable Seizure of Person–Detention During Execution of Search Warrant
11.9 9.24 Violation of Prisoner’s Federal Civil Rights–Eighth Amendment–Excessive Force
11.10 9.25 Violation of Prisoner’s Federal Civil Rights–Eighth Amendment–General Conditions of Confinement Claim
11.11 9.25 Violation of Prisoner’s Federal Civil Rights–Eighth Amendment–Medical Care
11.12 9.4 Municipal Liability
11.13 9.5 Official Policy Makers
9.6 Section 1983 Claim Against Local Governing Body Defendants Based on Ratification–Elements and Burden of Proof
11.14 9.7 Municipal Liability–Failure to Train–Elements and Burden of Proof
12.1 10.1A-10.1C Civil Rights–Title VII–Disparate Treatment–Elements and Burden of Proof (42 U.S.C. § 2000e)
12.2 10.1A, 10.1C Civil Rights–Title VII–Disparate Treatment–“Mixed Motive Case” (42 U.S.C. § 2000e)
10.1A Civil Rights–Title VII–Disparate Treatment–Where Evidence Supports “Sole Reason” or “Motivating Factor”
10.1B Civil Rights–Title VII–Disparate Treatment–“Sole Reason”–Elements and Burden of Proof
10.1C Civil Rights–Title VII–Disparate Treatment–“Motivating Factor”–Elements and Burden of Proof
10.2 Civil Rights–Title VII–Hostile Work Environment–Harassment (Comment only)
10.2A Civil Rights–Title VII–Hostile Work Environment–Harassment Because of Protected Characteristics–Elements
10.2B Civil Rights–Title VII–Hostile Work Environment Caused by Supervisor–Claim Based upon Vicarious Liability–Tangible Employment Action–Affirmative Defense
10.2C Civil Rights–Title VII–Hostile Work Environment Caused by Non-Immediate Supervisoror by Co-Worker–Claim Based on Negligence
10.3 Civil Rights–Title VII—RetaliationElements and Burden of Proof
10.4 Civil Rights–Title VII–Definition of Common Terms (Comment only)
10.4A.1 Civil Rights–Title VII–“Adverse Employment Action” in Retaliation Cases
10.4A.2 Civil Rights–Title VII–“Adverse Employment Action” in Disparate Treatment Cases
10.4B Civil Rights–Title VII–Tangible Employment Action Defined
10.4C Civil Rights–Title VII–Constructive Discharge Defined
12.3 10.5A Civil Rights Title VII–Disparate Treatment–Affirmative Defense–Bona Fide Occupational Qualification
12.4 10.5B Civil Rights Title VII–Disparate Treatment–Affirmative Defense–Bona Fide Seniority System
12.5 10.5C Civil Rights–Title VII–Same Decision–After-Acquired Evidence
13.1 10.2A Hostile Work Environment–Sexual Harassment–Elements
13.2 10.2A Hostile Work Environment–Sexual Harassment by Supervisor–Adverse Tangible Employment Action
13.3 10.4B Adverse Tangible Employment Action–Defined
13.4 Hostile Work Environment–Sexual Harassment by Supervisor–No Adverse Tangible Employment Action–Affirmative Defense
13.5 10.2A Hostile Work Environment–Sexual Harassment by Non-Supervisor
13.6 Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment–Essential Elements
13.7 Quid Pro Quo Sexual Harassment–Defense–Non-Discriminatory Reason–Pretext
13.8 10.3 Retaliation–Essential Elements
13.9 Retaliation–Defense–Non-Retaliatory Reason–Pretext (Comment only)
13.10 10.1A-10.1C Sex Discrimination–Disparate Treatment
13.11 10.5C Same Decision–After-Acquired Evidence
14.1 11.1A-11.1C Age Discrimination–Disparate Treatment–Elements and Burden of Proof–Discharge
14.2 11.1A-11.1C Age Discrimination–Disparate Treatment–Elements and Burden of Proof–Failure or Refusal to Hire–No Affirmative Defense
11.1A Age Discrimination–Disparate Treatment–Where Evidence Supports “Sole Reason” or “Motivating Factor”
11.1B Age Discrimination–Disparate Treatment–“Sole Reason”–Elements and Burden of Proof
11.1C Age Discrimination–Disparate Treatment–“Motivating Factor”–Elements and Burden of Proof
11.2 Age Discrimination–Disparate Treatment–Hostile Work Environment (Comment only)
11.3 Age Discrimination–Retaliation (Comment only)
14.3 11.6A Age Discrimination–Disparate Treatment–Affirmative Defense–Bona Fide Occupational Qualifications
14.4 11.6B Age Discrimination–Disparate Treatment–Affirmative Defense–Bona Fide Seniority System
11.6C Age Discrimination–Disparate Treatment–After-Acquired Evidence (Comment only)
14.5 11.6D Age Discrimination–Disparate Treatment–Affirmative Defense–Bona Fide Employee Benefit Plan
14.6 11.4 Age Discrimination–Disparate Impact–Elements and Burden of Proof–Discharge
14.7 Age Discrimination–Disparate Impact–Affirmative Defense–Business Necessity
11.6E Age Discrimination–Defense–Reasonable Factor Other Than Age
14.8 11.7A Age Discrimination–Damages–Compensatory –Reduction–Mitigation
14.9 11.7B Willful Age Discrimination–Damages
15.1 12.1A-12.1C Preliminary Instruction–ADA Employment Actions
15.2 12.1A-12.1C Elements of ADA Employment Action
12.1A ADA Employment Actions–Where Evidence Supports “Sole Reason” or “Motivating Factor”
12.1B ADA Employment Actions–“Sole Reason”–Elements and Burden of Proof
12.1C ADA Employment Actions–“Motivating Factor”–Elements and Burden of Proof
15.3 12.2 Physical or Mental Impairment
15.4 12.4 Work as a Major Life Activity
15.5 12.3 Corrected or Mitigated Disability
15.6 12.6 Qualified Individual
15.7 12.7 Ability to Perform Essential Functions–Factors
15.8 12.8 Reasonable Accommodation
15.9 12.9 Undue Hardship
15.10 12.10 Discrimination–Retaliation
15.11 12.11 Business Necessity as a Defense
15.12 12.12 Defense–Direct Threat
15.13 12.13 Damages (Comment only)
16.1 13.1 LMRA § 301–Duty of Fair Representation–Elements and Burden of Proof–Hybrid Claim
16.2 13.2 LMRA § 301–Duty of Fair Representation–Hybrid Claim–Damages
17 14 Antitrust
18.0 15.0 Preliminary Instruction–Trademark
18.1 15.1 Definition–Trademark–Generally
18.2 15.2 Trade Dress–Defined (15 U.S.C. § 1125(a))
18.3 15.3 Definition–Trade Name/Commercial Name–Generally
18.4 15.4 Trademark Liability–Theories and Policies
18.5 15.5, 15.6 Infringement–Elements and Burden of Proof–Trademark or Trade Dress
15.6 Infringement–Elements and Burden of Proof–Trade Dress
18.6 15.7 Infringement–Elements–Presumed Validity and Ownership–Registered Trademark
18.7 15.8 Infringement–Elements–Validity–Unregistered Trademark
18.8 15.9 Infringement–Elements–Validity–Unregistered Trademark–Distinctiveness
18.9 15.10 Infringement–Elements–Validity–Distinctiveness– Secondary Meaning
18.10 15.11 Infringement–Elements–Validity–Trade Dress–Non-Functionality Requirement
18.11 15.12 Infringement–Elements–Ownership–Generally
18.12 15.13 Trademark Ownership–Assignee
18.13 15.14 Trademark Ownership–Licensee
18.14 15.15 Trademark Ownership–Merchant or Distributor
18.15 15.16 Infringement–Elements–Likelihood of Confusion–Factors–Sleekcraft Test
18.16 15.17 Likelihood of Confusion–Factor–Strength or Weakness of Trademark
18.17 15.18 Inducing Infringement–Elements and Burden of Proof
18.18 15.19 Contributory Infringement–Elements and Burden of Proof
18.19 15.20 Defenses–Abandonment–Affirmative Defense–Defendant’s Burden of Proof
18.20 15.21 Defenses–Continuous Prior Use Within Remote Geographic Area–Affirmative Defense
18.21 15.22 Defenses–“Classic” Fair Use
15.23 Defenses–Nominative Fair Use
18.22 15.24 Trademark Damages–Actual or Statutory Notice
18.23 15.25 Trademark Damages–Plaintiff's Actual Damages
18.24 15.26 Trademark Damages–Defendant’s Profits
18.25 15.27 Trademark Damages–Intentional Infringement
19 16 Patents
20.0 17.0 Preliminary Instruction–Copyright
20.1 17.1 Copyright–Defined (17 U.S.C. § 106)
20.2 17.2 Copyright–Subject Matter (17 U.S.C. § 102)
20.3 17.3 Copyright–Subject Matter–Ideas and Expression (17 U.S.C. § 102(b))
20.4 17.4 Copyright Infringement–Elements–Ownership and Copying (17 U.S.C. § 105 (a)- (b))
20.5 17.5 Copyright Infringement–Definition–Elements– Ownership Interests (17 U.S.C. § 201-205)
20.6 17.6 Copyright Interests–Authorship (17 U.S.C. § 201(a))
20.7 17.7 Copyright Interests–Joint Authors (17 U.S.C. §§ 101, 201(a))
20.8 17.8 Copyright Interests–Authors of Collective Works (17 U.S.C. § 201(c)).
20.9 17.9 Copyright Interests–Work Made for Hire (17 U.S.C. § 201(b))
20.10 17.10 Copyright Interests–Assignee (17 U.S.C. § 201(d)(1))
20.11 17.11 Copyright Interests–Exclusive Licensee (17 U.S.C. § 201(d)(2))
20.12 17.12 Copyright Infringement–Definition–Original Elements of a Work
20.13 17.13 Derivative Work (17 U.S.C. §§ 101, 106(2))
20.14 17.14 Compilation (17 U.S.C. § 101)
20.15 17.15 Copyright Infringement–Definition– Copying–Access and Substantial Similarity
20.16 17.16 Copyright Infringement–Definition–Copying–Access Defined
20.17 Substantial Similarity–Extrinsic Test; Intrinsic Test
17.17 Substantial Similarity–Extrinsic Test; Intrinsic Test (Withdrawn) (Comment only)
20.18 17.18 Affirmative Defense–Fair Use (17 U.S.C. § 107)
20.19 17.19 Affirmative Defense–Abandonment
20.20 17.20 Derivative Liability–Vicarious Infringement– Elements and Burden of Proof
20.21 17.21 Derivative Liability–Contributory Infringement–Elements and Burden of Proof
20.22 17.22 Damages–In General (17 U.S.C. § 504)
20.23 17.23 Damages–Actual Damages (17 U.S.C. § 504(b))
20.24 17.24 Damages–Defendant’s Profits (17 U.S.C. § 504(b))
20.25 17.25-17.27 Damages–Statutory Damages–Willful Infringement–Innocent Infringement (17 U.S.C. § 504(c))
17.26 Copyright Damages–Innocent Infringement (17 U.S.C. § 504(c)(2))
17.27 Copyright Damages–Willful Infringement (17 U.S.C. § 504(c)(2))
21.0 18.0 Securities Act–Preliminary Instruction
18.1 Securities–Rule 10b-5 Claim
21.1 Securities–Misrepresentation–Elements and Burden of Proof (15 U.S.C. § 78j(b))
21.2 18.2 Securities–Misrepresentations or Omissions and Materiality–Definitions (15 U.S.C. §§ 78j(b) and 77k)
21.3 18.3 Securities–Scienter–Knowledge–Definition (15 U.S.C. § 78j(b))
21.4 Securities Act–Excessive Trading (Churning)–Elements and Burden of Proof (15 U.S.C. § 8j(b), Rule 10b–5)
21.5 Securities Act–Excessive Trading (Churning)–Control–Definition (15 U.S.C. § 8j(b), Rule 10b–5)
21.6 Securities Act–Excessive Trading (Churning)–Intent to Defraud–Reckless–Definition (15 U.S.C. § 8j(b), Rule 10b–5)
21.7 Securities Act–Agent and Principal (15 U.S.C. § 8j(b), Rule 10b–5) (Comment Only)
21.8 18.8 Controlling Person Liability
21.9 18.9 Securities Act–Affirmative Defense of Broker or Dealer (Rule 10b–5)
21.10 Securities Act–False or Misleading Registration Statement–Elements and Burden of Proof
21.11 Securities Act–Affirmative Defense of Waiver–Elements and Burden of Proof
21.12 Securities Act–Affirmative Defense of Estoppel–Elements and Burden of Proof
18.4 Securities–Justifiable Reliance–Generally
18.5 Securities–Justifiable Reliance–Fraud-on-the Market Case
18.6 Securities–Causation
21.13 Securities Act–Affirmative Defense of Ratification–Elements and Burden of Proof
21.14 18.7 Securities Act–Damages (15 U.S.C. § 78j(b), Rule 10b-5)
22 19 Civil RICO