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Litigation & ADR
Dispute resolution topics include substantive, procedural, and evidentiary issues such as limitations, legal process, claims and defenses, venue, procedure, witnesses, evidence, juries, interest rates, and more -- all issues that cut across particular practice areas and pertain to civil or criminal litigation and trials generally. Also includes negotiation and settlement, mediation and arbitration, and appellate practice topics.

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  • Resources in this category:
       Guidelines for Litigation Conduct (American Bar Association Section of Litigation)
    These aspirational guidelines "are designed ... to elevate the tenor of practice - to set a voluntary, higher standard" for the conduct of litigation. The guidelines focus on restoring civility on the part of all participants to the litigation process. Included is a client pledge stating that lawyers they employ are expected to follow the guidelines.
       Lawsuit Awards and Settlements (Internal Revenue Service)
    This IRS guide focuses on taxability of lawsuit awards and settlements.

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