Compendium of Law

 


USLAW NATIONAL COMPENDIUM OF LAW

USLAW NETWORK has released its National Compendium of Law, a multi-state resource that addresses legal questions that often arise.
 
The Compendium permits users to easily access State common and statutory law regarding a variety of litigation-oriented issues. The Compendium focuses on the procedural aspects of the law so that clients of USLAW member firms have a reliable resource at their fingertips.
 
The Compendium addresses issues that arise prior to the commencement of litigation through trial and on to appeal. Written by USLAW NETWORK member attorneys, the Compendium takes advantage of local knowledge and experience in each of the jurisdictions in which USLAW NETWORK firms practice.

General Sections Include:
• Pre-Suit and Initial Considerations
• Negligence
• Discovery
• Evidence, Proofs & Trial Issues
• Damages

Click each state below.

Alabama Hawaii Massachusetts New Mexico South Dakota
Alaska Idaho Michigan New York Tennessee
Arizona Illinois Minnesota North Carolina Texas
Arkansas Indiana Mississippi North Dakota Utah
California Iowa Missouri Ohio Vermont
Colorado  Kansas Montana Oklahoma Virginia
Connecticut Kentucky Nebraska Oregon Washington
Delaware Louisiana Nevada Pennsylvania West Virginia
Florida Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Wisconsin
Georgia   Maryland New Jersey South Carolina Wyoming

Compendium Editor

Lew R.C. Bricker
SmithAmundsen LLC
150 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 3300
Chicago, IL 60601
Tel: (312) 894-3200

Note:  This Compendium outline contains a brief overview of certain laws concerning various litigation and legal topics.  The compendium provides a simple synopsis of current law and is not intended to explore lengthy analysis of legal issues.  This compendium is provided for general information and educational purposes only.  It does not solicit, establish, or continue an attorney-client relationship with any attorney or law firm identified as an author, editor or contributor.  The contents should not be construed as legal advice or opinion. While every effort has been made to be accurate, the contents should not be relied upon in any specific factual situation. These materials are not intended to provide legal advice or to cover all laws or regulations that may be applicable to a specific factual situation.  If you have matters or questions to be resolved for which legal advice may be indicated, you are encouraged to contact a lawyer authorized to practice law in the state for which you are investigating and/or seeking legal advice.