Litigation Practice & Procedure
Whether you’re representing individuals or large corporations, a civil litigator’s job is to obtain the swift, cost-effective, and favorable resolution of each dispute. From initial case assessment and investigation, to discovery, dispositive motions, settlement negotiations, trial practice, and writs and appeals, CEB offers the most comprehensive California-focused coverage of the procedural and evidentiary issues that arise at all phases of litigation. Your clients depend on your skilled, knowledgeable, and zealous representation to limit the negative impacts on their lives or their businesses – CEB can give you the competitive advantage you need in order to deliver.

With CEB’s Litigation research tool, you can: 

Practice Guides

Rely on CEB’s expert community of contributing judges and lawyers to frame and organize the legal issues for you before you dive into case law research or start drafting. The most trusted and comprehensive California-specific practice guides available. 

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Select Forms

Jump-start your drafting with select forms, available as part of many CEB practice guides. 

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Primary Law

Leverage our best-in-class legal search to find the most relevant content, fast. Narrow your results with advanced filters, including court, cause of action, procedural posture, and disposition. Coverage includes California Court of Appeals and Supreme Court, Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, and U.S. Supreme Court case law, as well as the California Codes and California Constitution.  

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Is that case still good? Find out at a glance. Color-coded treatment flags let you know immediately whether a case has negative history and which subsequent decision is responsible for the most critical treatment.  

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Included Titles

All practice guides are fully integrated with CEB’s Primary Law with TrueCite, so you don’t have to switch to a different platform to ensure the cases you’re citing are still good law.

Administrative Law

Appellate Law


Law Practice Management

Litigation Practice & Procedure

Personal Injury

State & Local Government

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