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Advanced Lawsuit Tutorial

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Introduction: Lawsuit Anatomy, The Parties, The Burden, Belief v. Knowledge,  How to Move the Court to Get What You Want, How to Make a Winning Record

Planning -- Half the Battle Won: Getting Ready for the Fight, Identifying Causes of Action, Stating Causes of Action

Complaint -- Where the Fight Begins: Identifying the Court, Identifying the Parties, Identifying the Document, Who Sues Whom and For What?, Why This Court?, Stating the Case, Stating the Right to Sue, Closing and Signatures

Flurry of Motions -- Avoiding the Answer: Motions to Dismiss, Motions to Strike, Motions for More Definite Statement

Answer -- Establishing the Issues: How to Admit, How to Deny, How to Claim You Have No Knowledge

Discovery -- How Cases are Won: Clarifying Issues, Getting Documents and Things from the Other Side Asking Questions, Examining Witnesses Face-to-Face, Issuing Subpoenas and Court Process

Trial -- Your Last Chance: Being Prepared to Win

Evidence -- What Comes In: Facts v. Guesswork, The Reasonable Man

Philosophy of Justice -- Foundation: Maxims of Equity, The Rule of Law, The Rule of Rules, The Rule of Reason

Epilogue: Closing Arguments, How to Reduce Legal Fees

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