Helpful Legal Articles Providing Miscellaneous Information Regarding Common Litigation ConcernsPage last modified: October 05 2022
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What Should a Person Know About the Law When Involved In a Lawsuit?
A Lawsuit Involves Both the Procedural Law, Being the Court Rules For How a Lawsuit Is Conducted, As Well As the Substantive Law That Applies to Specific Issues Within the Case Under Review. Some Common Procedural Law and Substantive Law Issues That May Arise During a Lawsuit Are Explained Below.
Understanding Procedural and Substantive Law Topics and Legal Issues Common to Litigation Matters
Legal matters, and in particular civil litigation, often involve a broad complexity of facts, issues, and laws, that comprise an overall case wrought with potential for many twists and turns. During the course of litigation, it is necessary that the participants adequately understand the procedural rules involving admissibility of evidence, the onus of proof and the burden of proof, the legal cause of action involved, the jurisprudence that interprets and defines provisions within statutes, and much more. Accordingly, the articles below, among all information provided within this website, are provided for informational purposes only as merely an overview of various legal principles and are without suggestion that such information should be perceived, taken, or used, as legal advice in any actual case. Any information herein should always be reviewed with a qualified legal advisor prior to acting on the information.
Drafting a Pleading
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Drafting a Release
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Drafting an Affidavit
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Personal Liability, directors
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Personal Liability, employees
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Personal Liability, who held...
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