Top Partnership Resources for Civil Litigators

Frame your issue correctly—with authoritative legal analysis from Michigan experts. Continually updated books link to primary law. Sample books/chapters:
A Practical Guide to Depositions in Michigan
Chapter 7: What If …? How To Handle Common Deposition Problems
Damages and Remedies in Michigan
Chapter 1: Types of Damages
Introducing Evidence at Trial
Chapter 2: Presenting Evidence with Courtroom Technology
Michigan Appellate Handbook
Chapter 2: Preparing the Case for Appeal
Michigan Basic Practice Handbook
Chapter 14: Motion Practice
Michigan Causes of Action Formbook
Chapter 1: Pleading Causes of Action in Michigan
Michigan Civil Procedure
Chapter 9: Discovery

Save time with a searchable bank of 2,400+ lawyer-drafted forms. Forms can be downloaded and edited, and include commentary from Michigan practitioners.
Complaint for Breach of Contract
Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order, Show Cause Order, and Preliminary Injunction (Business Torts)
Motion for Summary Disposition, Brief in Support, and Brief in Opposition
Motion to Add Proper Party Defendant and to Amend Complaint
Motion to Quash or Modify Subpoena and Brief in Support
Motion to Withdraw as Counsel for Plaintiff
Notice of Presentment of Seven Day Order or Judgment
Response to First Set of Interrogatories (with General Objections)
Settlement Agreement and Release of Claims

Proceed confidently with step-by-step guidance from Michigan practitioners. They cover hundreds of common transactions and include links to helpful forms.
Argue a Motion Effectively
Depose your Opponent’s Expert Witness
Draft a Release and Settlement Agreement
Obtain a Default and Default Judgment
Obtain Injunctive Relief
Provide Notice of a Claim to a Governmental Unit
Set Aside a Default
Take a Video Deposition
Withdraw from Client Representation During Litigation

Get succinct advice that you can immediately put into practice. Michigan experts provide valuable insight on practical topics.
Building Trust in Negotiations
Dealing with Problem Deposition Witnesses
Finding Your Footing as a New Lawyer
Participating in Court Hearings via Zoom
Preparing Your Client for Deposition
Preserving Your Case for Appeal
Serving Subpoenas
Starting Your Practice in Michigan Courts
Succeeding in Federal Court
Taking an Effective Deposition
Using an Expert to Find Electronic Evidence
Winning Summary Disposition Oral Arguments

Avoid critical missteps and stay on task. These handy, practice-tested checklists ensure you cover all bases and provide helpful commentary.
Complaint in a Premises Liability Action
Preparing a Deposition Outline
Preparing a Witness for Deposition
Preparing to Depose the Opponent’s Expert Witness
Deposition Housekeeping Tasks
Rhetorical Devices to Use in the Courtroom
Procedure for Video Depositions
Discovery Response
Michigan Courtroom Etiquette
Plaintiff’s Expert Witness Qualifications

Keep up to date and watch 175+ seminars at your convenience. Michigan practitioners provide practical insight on new developments and the hottest issues.
Demonstration: Conduct Oral Argument at a Motion Hearing
Demonstration: Daubert Hearing
Demonstration: Remote Deposition
Demonstration: Present Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Evidence at Trial
Michigan Courts 101
Start Your Case: Complaint, Summons, and Service


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