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Litigation resources from Practical Law

You have high standards for yourself. You rely upon trusted sources to keep up to date on the latest cases and legal developments so you can provide your very best to your clients. But staying on top takes time – time away from more profitable activities.

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Legal resources developed by experienced litigators

Developed by our attorney-editors who average more than 12 years’ litigation experience, many of whom come from Am Law 200 law firms, Practical Law legal resources are tailored to how you litigate, and include:

Checklists to help ensure you don’t miss a step in any complex process

Documents and clauses such as engagement letters and settlement agreements, that save you research and drafting time, giving even junior associates confidence in their work

How-to guides and practice notes on important litigation topics, such as litigation holds and subpoenas

What’s Market database of class-action settlement agreements that provides comparative summaries, analysis, and custom reports

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