Brooks Pierce Attorneys Complete Series of Guides on NC Litigation Procedures

August 1, 2016

Brooks Pierce litigation attorneys recently completed a series of articles on North Carolina litigation rules and procedures, published by Practical Law.  The articles, which read like Q & A guides, cover the civil litigation process in North Carolina, from the filing of the complaint to Supreme Court arguments.  Except for the Litigation Overview guide, each guide covers a specific facet of civil litigation procedure and discusses how it applies to all forms of litigation, from small claims court cases to North Carolina Business Court matters.  Led by Clint Morse, the team of writers invested more than two and a half years in creating the full series.

"We are very excited to have completed such a mammoth project and see it published," said Morse.  "This series of user-friendly guides works to clarify litigation procedures for North Carolina attorneys.  Drawing upon Brooks Pierce's quality litigation analysis and experience, we've crafted an exceptional resource for our colleagues across the state."

See below for information on all of the published Practical Law guides.  You can also access the full treatises on the Practical Law website.

Brooks Pierce Partners Author Litigation Overview Guide

Clint Morse Authors Guide on Commencing Litigation Actions

Brooks Pierce Attorneys Author Guide on Responding to Complaints

Brooks Pierce Attorneys Author Guide on Drafting Discovery Subpoenas

Clint Morse Authors Guide on Commencing Litigation Actions

Brooks Pierce Attorneys Author Guide on Responding to Discovery Subpoenas

Clint Morse Authors Guide on Provisional Remedies in NC Courts

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