As its name implies, this lesson is designed to give the student an introduction to the subject of interpleader. The lesson briefly describes the concept of interpleader and some of the historical limitations on the remedy, but its focus is on interpleader under the federal statute and Rule 22. The lesson introduces the various procedural issues involved--such as subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction and venue--and highlights the differences between statutory and rule interpleader on these subjects. The lesson also contains a segment on the problem presented in State Farm v. Tashire--enjoining other pending actions. The lesson requires the student to use the relevant statutes and rules, which are included in the lesson.