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Gives a thorough checklist for managing all deadlines encountered after a complaint is filed, e.g., filing proof of service, answering a complaint, conducting discovery, noticing motions, as well as after litigation, e.g., appeals and enforcing judgment.
Describes available workers’ compensation benefits, plus procedures and deadlines for attorneys representing employees, employers, insurers, or lien claimants. Comprehensive coverage of SB 899 included.
Handle whatever dispute comes your way. This book lays out issues and provides guidance for resolving common disputes. Includes checklists, tips, and forms to aid in preparing a complaint or response, conducting client interviews, and dealing with emotional clients. Addresses causes of action, remedies, recouping fees, and available defenses.
Tells when and how to attach a defendant’s property, identifying which property of individual, corporate, and nonresident defendants is subject to attachment.
Describes features and requirements of all six discovery methods, with their advantages and disadvantages. Helps you decide which discovery methods to use and how to plan the sequence of discovery requests and demands.