Action Guides break down complex legal tasks into manageable steps, focusing on procedures and plans that help you complete time-sensitive matters on schedule and without problems. Within each guide, you’ll find comparisons of available options, details to consider, deadlines to meet, copies of legal forms to use, and case and treatise references.
Explains real property foreclosure from the lender's perspective. Is also valuable to the borrowers' and trustees' counsel for its clear description of foreclosure law and process. Covers both trustee sales and judicial foreclosures, as well as provisional remedies.
Leads the plaintiff’s attorney through representation of terminated employees, from case evaluation to posttrial motions.
Completely supersedes the previous version. Primarily for the attorney considering appealing a lower court judgment or order. Includes special motion and application procedures and steps to take after the appellate decisions.
Written primarily for the attorney representing the petitioner seeking a writ from the court of appeal to review a superior court order. Includes tips from an appellate justice.
This valuable guide gives an overview of all the procedures necessary for the attorney considering an action against a public entity or public employee to prepare, file, and pursue the claim.