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Know the Types of Litigation

    Know the Types of Litigation
Litigation background The comprehensive legal system in the United States allows an individual or entity to proceed with legal action if an unlawful or unethical maneuver was placed against them
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Litigating at a Glance

In the United States, a common law suit is an action brought before a court of law to settle a dispute through legal action. Lawsuits are established by a plaintiff
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Using Litigation Support To Carry Out a Case

  Litigation refers to the physical action necessary to carry out a case or lawsuit against a specific individual or entity. As a result of the enormous scope of law,
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An Overview of Business Litigation

  Business disputes are common, and when they cannot be resolved through negotiations, business litigation can be employed to reach a settlement or remedy the particular conflict. Business litigation upholds
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An Overview of Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation is a specific area of law that concerns itself with legal disputes involving companies or commercial businesses. The
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An Overview of Personal Injury Litigation

  Personal injury litigation refers to any legal action taken out of a personal injury case. Typically an individual initiating
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An Overview of Mesothelioma Litigation

  Mesothelioma is a cancerous disease that is becoming more common as a result of contact with asbestos and other
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Function of Civil Litigation

Civil litigation is an enormous field of law that seeks to settle disputes between two or more entities that seek
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The Role of a Public Defender

  When an individual or entity is accused of a wrongdoing or summoned to make a court appearance they may
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Who is a Federal Public Defender?

  A public defender is a government-appointed legal aid that is responsible for defending an accused individual. Public defenders are awarded to a convicted individual under the United States Constitution;
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