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substantive

relating to the essential legal principles administered by the courts, as opposed to practice and procedure
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There have been no material legal developments in the plaintiffs' substantive claim for monetary compensation since 2017.
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A 14-volume treatise that Haig says is unique because it is the only one that "combines in-depth treatment of federal civil procedure with substantive law in the areas most commonly encountered by commercial litigators."
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