Legal Community Docket

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Special Libraries Association
Legal Division
Legal Community Docket
DOCKET FOR CASE #: 1:95-cv-01234

Various et al v. Legal Research Date Filed: 02/01/1995
Assigned to: Docket Editor Dater Terminated:
Cause:   Nature of Suit: Professional Development
Jurisdiction: International
     

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  • Trellis Showcase!

    Blog Entry
    Found in: Legal Blogs

    Join the Special Libraries Association (SLA) - Legal Community and Trellis for an engaging webinar as we cover how Trellis enables you to analyze the behavior and history of your judge, competitive counsel, prospects, and clients to gain crucial insights into litigation history and ruling tendencies. We'll show you how to leverage state trial court - and verdict - data to be more efficient, more proactive, and achieve better results for your clients. You'll learn how to maximize Trellis to gain a competitive advantage, win cases and bring in more money when litigating in state trial courts.        Use case topics will include: Judge Analytics and Ruling History Draft Stronger Motions, Faster Case Valuation and Verdict Data Strategic State Court Research Alerts - Stay Informed Q&A to follow. You can register at the webinar here: https://www.pathlms.com/sla/courses/41034/webinars/ .  You need not be an SLA member to join the webinar. Discover how you can capitalize ...

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