Litigating the Meaning of Contract Language? Consider Retaining an Expert – Part II

Jun 6, 2016 By: Ken Adams

This is part two in a two-part series that explains how to reduce the chances of the confusion that results when a judge or litigator without a grounding in the subject analyzes ostensibly ambiguous contract language.

Litigating the Meaning of Contract Language? Consider Retaining an Expert – Part I

May 31, 2016 By: Ken Adams

(Editor’s Note: This is part one in a two-part series that explains how to reduce the chances of the confusion that results

Increase efficiency in Form Builder with Default Answer set

Oct 5, 2015 By: Whitney Krogman

Default Answer Sets in Doc & Form Builder allows you to create multiple sets of default answers for use during the form building process, saving time in drafting.

Four free webinars on learning to be a better legal writer

Sep 11, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

Writing clearly and forcefully in the legal profession is of the utmost importance. That’s exactly why we have created four webinars hosted by Ed Good.

Get Paid to Become a Better Writer

Jun 11, 2015 By: Legal Solutions

As a lawyer, your ability to legally write reflects a great deal on you as well as your firm. Undoubtedly, writing in

Tip of the Week: Using the New Features in Drafting Assistant Transactional

Nov 13, 2014 By: Eric Goodemote

Here are some of the new features in Drafting Assistant and some tips for how they can make your drafting process more

Be Smart About Abbreviations

Jun 10, 2014 By: Jason Steed

Here’s a good reason to avoid excessive abbreviations: judges don’t like them. And when you do things judges don’t like, bad things happen.

Legal writing series: How to speak legalese to your judge

May 22, 2014 By: Jeremy Byellin

Although legalese should be used more regularly when making arguments to your judge, there are several areas of caution in this area to be aware of.

Exercising lawyer-like judgment when communicating with others by e-mail

May 19, 2014 By: Adam Gropper

Here are some helpful tips for lawyers when communicating by email.

Legal writing “do’s” and “don’ts” for associates

Apr 30, 2014 By: Adam Gropper

The advice in this post in the form of do’s and don’ts is from the author’s experience as an associate, as a partner, and as legislation counsel

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