Civil Litigation

Commercial Disputes | Entertainment | Personal Injury

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Civil litigation is a broad scope term to describe adversarial cases other than criminal ones. Parties will generally seek damages from each other. These cases can include a wide variety of topics, such as contract disputes in business transactions or even personal injury cases after a car accident.

A civil litigation attorney will provide a wide array of services in preparation of trial. While only about 5% of cases go to trial, an attorney will proceed with a case as if it will be taken to trial to improve the position of their client. The end result could end in mediation or negotiation of a settlement, or possibly going to trial. The decision to do so should be discussed thoroughly with your attorney.

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The Law Dictionary

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What is CIVIL LAW?

1. In the modern Western world, it is one of the two major legal systems; the other is common law. Taken from Roman law, it is used in continental Europe, their former colonies, Isle of Man, Latin America, Scotland, state of Louisiana in the US federation, and in Canada’s Quebec province. In this system, the law is a highly structured and rigid code of rules observed to the letter. An expert judge decides cases without the help of jury and without any reference to precedent. In this system, every defendant in a criminal trial is presumed guilty until proven innocent. Under common law, practiced in most English-speaking countries, a person is presumed innocent until proven guilty. 2. As Private law that contrasts to administrative lawcriminal lawecclesiastical law, and military law, and deals with relationships among individuals.

What is LITIGATION?
What is TRIAL?
What is PRETRIAL HEARING?
What is PERSONAL INJURY?

CIVIL LITIGATION

Litigation • Mediation • Negotiation

Commercial Disputes | Entertainment | Personal Injury

ENTERTAINMENT LAW

Litigation • Mediation • Negotiation

Trademark | Copyright | Contract Negotiation

COMMERCIAL LAW

Litigation • Mediation • Negotiation

Contracts | Incorporation |Business Transactions

FAMILY LAW

Litigation • Mediation • Negotiation

Prenuptial Agreements | Divorce | Custody

CRIMINAL DEFENSE

Litigation • Mediation • Negotiation

DWI/DUI | Drug Possession | Assault and Battery

PERSONAL INJURY

Litigation • Mediation • Negotiation

Vehicle Accidents | Negligence | Slip and Fall

EMPLOYMENT LAW

Litigation • Mediation • Negotiation

Civil Rights | Workers Compensation | Labor Relations

WILLS & ESTATE PLANNING

Litigation • Mediation • Negotiation

Wills | Trusts | Intestacy

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