LexisNexis Practice Guide: Colorado Pretrial Civil Litigation
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Your go to source for pretrial litigation in Colorado. updated by Samantha L. Pryor of the Halliburton Law Firm LLC, gives you step by step guidance to the pre-trial process from initial client interviews through trial exhibits. The practice guide provides extensive practice tips and checklists in an easy to use format to make sure you are prepared.
The 2020 edition ISBN is 9781522199373.
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Table of contents
Ch. 1 Intake Process
Ch. 2 Gathering Records
Ch. 3 Investigations
Ch. 4 Assessing Collectability
Ch. 5 Identifying and Retaining Experts
Ch. 6. Objective Case Evaluating
II. Commencing an Action
Ch. 7 Jurisdictional Issues
Ch. 8 Identifying Appropriate Parties
Ch. 9 Venue
Ch. 10 Preservation Letters
Ch. 11 Emergency Proceedings and Extraordinary Relief
Ch. 12 Drafting the Complaint
Ch. 13 Responses to Complaint
Ch. 14 Early Case Management and Motions Practice
Ch. 15 Types of Discovery Available
Ch. 16. Initial Disclosures
Ch. 17 Interrogatories and Objections
Ch. 18 Request for Production of Documents
Ch. 19 Requests for Admissions
Ch. 20. Authenticating Documents
Ch. 21. Depositions
Ch. 22. Protective Orders
Ch. 23. Medical Examinations
Ch. 24. Expert Witness Disclosures
Ch. 25. Discovery Sanctions
Ch. 26. Pretrial Conference
Ch. 27. Jury Instructions
Ch. 28. Motions in Limine
Ch. 29. Motions for Summary Judgment
Ch. 30. Trial Briefs
Ch. 31 Exhibits