Federal Law Books: A Look at Federal Civil Law and Procedure
Federal civil law and procedure refers to the body of laws and regulations that govern civil actions and disputes in the United States federal court system. These laws and procedures are established by Congress and the federal judiciary, and they govern a wide range of legal issues, including contract disputes, personal injury claims, and claims against the federal government. Federal civil procedure includes the rules and procedures for filing, litigating, and resolving civil cases in federal court, such as the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Federal civil law and procedure also includes the substantive laws that govern specific areas of civil litigation, such as the Federal Tort Claims Act and the Civil Rights Act.