Litigation


Six Steps to an Efficient Litigation Workflow

Whether initiating litigation or responding to a complaint, technology can improve a litigator’s efficiency. These are the six steps to success.

Sample: Notification of a Force Majeure Event (Annotated)

A party affected by a force majeure event is typically obligated to provide prompt notice to a counterparty in significant detail.

Artificial Intelligence for Lawyers Explained

Learn how the legal industry is incorporating cutting-edge artificial intelligence and machine learning technology into daily practice.

Litigation and the Covid-19 Pandemic

Learn more about the effects of the coronavirus, Covid-19, on the litigation space, from the court system and lawsuits to antitrust and regulatory issues.

How Litigation Finance Works

Litigation finance is when a third party funds a lawsuit in exchange for a share of the plaintiff's profit. Explore the current status of litigation finance.

Give Your Legal Brief a Competitive Advantage

Bloomberg Law’s Brief Analyzer dissects briefs, finds related content, and accelerates legal research through innovative focus at every stage.

Litigators Sound Off on Their Most Time-Consuming Task

In today’s litigation environment, the smallest legal nuance can tip the scales. These stakes necessitate looking beyond traditional legal research methods.

Practical Guidance: Litigation Finance Industry

Litigation finance offers new innovations in civil litigation that aims to solve pressing issues of cost and fairness in our civil justice system.

Practical Guidance: Litigation Finance Client Types

This overview compares litigation finance relationships across three client types: plaintiffs financing, law firms financing, and defendants financing.
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