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Civil & Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation is incredibly paper intensive. Everything is a pleading, motion, disclosure request or response.  Worse, a  good deal of it is custom work and cannot be easily systematized.

So, what we have done is to simplify the preparation and assembly of civil litigation documents to an unusual degree. What used to take an hour or more can now be done in a few minutes. No more find and save, copy and paste, and repeat. And repeat.  You can do the basic administrative grunt work quickly, leaving you more time for lawyering, counseling, and higher value client service. 

Once information is entered anywhere in the system or at any point during the case, it is automatically placed everywhere it is needed in any form that is required. No more having to type names, addresses, and other basic information dozens of times throughout the course of a case. 

Our personal favorite: Create a complete set of motion documents in minutes. Captions and basic setup of an Order to Show Cause, RJI, client affidavit, attorney affirmation, memorandum of law, and even a temporary relief notice letter: 6-8 minutes, tops. 

Runner up: Is there anything more frustrating than typing out an RJI in Word or a fillable .pdf, or worse, on e-courts?  We can do it in less than 3 minutes with a few mouse clicks. That's it. 

Third place: A complete Notice of Appeal and Appellate Division Information Statement in under 4 minutes. Answer a few simple questions and its done. Point. Click. Select.

  1. Client Intake Form

  2. Retainer Agreement

  3. Consent to Change

  4. Notice of Appearance

  5. Adjournment Letter-Motion, Conference, Hearing, Trial

  6. Adjournment Stipulation-Motion, Conference, Hearing, Trial

  7. Affirmation of Actual Engagement

  8. General All-Purpose Stipulation

  9. Preliminary Conference Request

  10. Preliminary Conference Response

  11. Request for Judicial Intervention

  12. Commercial Division Rider

  13. Extension of Time to Answer-Letter

  14. Extension of Time to Answer-Stipulation

  15. Summons & Complaint

  16. Answer

  17. Reply

  18. Bill of Particulars-Demand

  19. Bill of Particulars-Response

  20. D&I Demand

  21. D&I Response

  22. EBT Notice

  23. Interrogatories-Demand

  24. Interrogatories-Response

  25. Expert Witness Demand

  26. Expert Witness Response

  27. Notice to Admit

  28. Notice to Admit Response

  29. Authorization-Education Records

  30. Authorization-Employment Records

  31. Authorization-Financial Records

  32. Authorization-IRS

  33. Authorization-New York State Taxes

  34. Authorization-Pension & Retirement

  35. HIPPA Form

  36. Notice of Motion/Cross-Motion-Make A Motion

  37. Order to Show Cause

  38. TRO Notice Letter

  39. Client Affidavit

  40. Attorney Affirmation

  41. Memorandum of Law

  42. Notice of Settlement/Notice of Entry

  43. Note of Issue

  44. Notice of Inquest

  45. Jury Trial Demand

  46. Subpoena-Documents Only

  47. Subpoena-Documents and Testimony

  48. General Release

  49. Notice of Discontinuance

  50. Stipulation of Discontinuance

  51. Notice of Appeal & Appellate Division Information Statement

  52. Affirmation/Affidavit of Service

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