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  • Your Company Has Just Been Sued – Now What?

    It’s hard to think of a more disconcerting feeling than getting a copy of a lawsuit filed against your company.  If you have no or little experience with litigation, this can be a panic-inducing moment. And no matter how experienced you are handling litigation, your stomach will start to flutter as you read through the allegations.

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  • So You’re Being Sued in the District of Nebraska: 10 Things To Know

    No two federal judicial districts are the same. From different laws, judges, and local rules, to idiosyncratic norms and customs, each district has its own hurdles and unique considerations. Nebraska is no different. If you have a case filed in the United States District Court for the District of Nebraska, if your case has been transferred here, or if it is otherwise your first time litigating a case in this District, then you will be facing a learning curve.

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  • So You’re Being Sued in the District of Colorado: 10 Things To Know

    If you have a case filed in the United States District Court for the District of Colorado, if your case has been transferred here, or if it is otherwise your first time litigating a case in this District, then you will be facing a learning curve. To help you navigate that learning curve, we have compiled a list of answers to some of the most common questions we receive from new parties and litigants.

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  • Setting a Common Foundation -- a "Process Primer"

    As we develop this e-discovery knowledge base, we will be talking a lot about the people and how choosing the right teams and right people can reduce cost and add value. We think so much of the importance of the “people” part of the equation that we made our first substantive post a Primer on People.

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