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February 13, 2018

The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Litigation & Dispute Resolution 2018

Drinker Biddle attorneys from Illinois, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania contributed chapters to the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Litigation & Dispute Resolution 2018. Each chapter addresses common issues in litigation and dispute resolution within specific jurisdictions. Subjects include preliminaries; commencement of proceedings; claim defense; joinder and consolidation; duties and powers of the courts; disclosure; evidence; judgments and orders; settlements; and alternative dispute resolution institutions.

Chicago partner Justin O. Kay and associate Matthew M. Morrissey authored the Illinois chapter, available here.

Florham Park partner Andrew B. Joseph and senior attorney William A. Wright authored the New Jersey chapter, available here.

New York partner Clay J. Pierce and counsel Marsha J. Indych authored the New York chapter, available here.

Philadelphia Litigation Group chair Michael W. McTigue Jr. and associate Marie Bussey-Garza authored the Pennsylvania chapter, available here.

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