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        • Research and write pre- or post-trial motions, such as a
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          • Motion to for Separate Trials or to Bifurcate,
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        4. Do you subscribe to a legal search engine, only to find you don't use it often enough to justify the expense?  

        5. Do you find legal research and writing tedious, and wish you had time for other aspects of your practice that you enjoy more?

        6. Would you like to appeal a decision, but don't feel you have the time?

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        And you can get back to the rest of your practice.



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