What is The Federal Jury Verdict Reporter?
Here's the scoop on what the FedJVR is all about
When's it published? The Federal Jury Verdict Reporter is published monthly. Our premiere issue debuts October of 2005.
What's included? The FedJVR covers just one thing -- Civil Jury Verdicts in the Federal System.
Which jury verdicts? Good question. Almost all of em. Every jury verdict. We know we miss some, but we never fail to include a story on a verdict that we know about. We estimate that we will write a report on virtually every civil verdict in the federal system -- there are a handful of districts where the court clerk's recordkeeping makes that impossible. In terms of the types of cases that are covered, it is only as broad as federal jurisdiction, which can be limitless -- that includes patent, trademark, personal injury diversity, aviation, products liability, employment discrimination, labor standards and the list goes on and on.
Have you tried a case? Let us know about it.
How frequently is it published? Once a month, twelve times a year.
Who is the FedJVR? Our editorial staff is comprised entirely of attorneys who do nothing but study, review and write about civil jury verdict results. For nearly ten years, we've published state-specific jury verdict reporters and other media.
What's in a case report? Each report summarizes the parties, county, case number, judge, attorneys, plus a detailed description of the facts of the case.
How do I subscribe? Annual subscriptions are $249.00 per year. To subscribe, you have two options. Either call us toll-free at 1-866-228-2447 to pay by credit card or return a check with a cover letter to The Federal Jury Verdict Reporter, 9462 Brownsboro Road, No. 133, Louisville, KY 40241. If you need a license for your firm, please call us to make arrangements that meet your needs.
Call us toll-free at 1-866-228-2447. An editor would be happy to talk to you.
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