Pretrial civil procedure can be labor-intensive during multiple phases, including case assessment, drafting and filing complaints, responding to complaints, discovery, dispositive and non-dispositive motions and settlement. Attorneys can complete each task more efficiently by making the most of practice notes, forms, checklists and other helpful guidance. The Lexis Practice Advisor® Federal Civil Practice offering provides real-world practical guidance and tools for every task—from pre-litigation planning through discovery and motion practice—including documents you can’t find anywhere else.
Expansive, practical content
Many litigation attorneys are benefiting from The Wagstaffe Group® Practice Guide: Federal Civil Procedure Before Trial, available in print and via the Lexis Advance® service, where the guide includes more than 170 brief, embedded videos. The Federal Civil Practice offering within Lexis Practice Advisor is an excellent supplement to that guide. Here are a few examples of the resources included in the Lexis Practice Advisor offering.
Unique, substantive content
Here are examples of the timesaving, substantive content available only on Lexis Practice Advisor.
Standards Charts (within Checklists)
Local Rules Guides (within Checklists)
Expert Forms with Drafting Notes
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