Check out this post for insight and tips for effectively incorporating technology into litigation.
The problems with asking too many questions of a witness are often counterintuitive and arise at the worst time if counsel hasn’t thought about what he or she wants to accomplish with this testimony. Click here to read more.
An ad hoc assessment team has been created to review the three Supreme Court entities that predominantly focus on issues involving unrepresented litigation in Indiana.
The Indiana Supreme Court is formalizing plans to develop specialized trial courts to handle complex business litigation. Click here for more information.
Check out this post for more information on a case management system that Indiana trial courts can now utilize for quarterly reports.
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