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Motion for Attorney’s Fees Pursuant-Landlord and Tenant

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A Motion for an award of attorney’s fees in a civil FED case. Filed under 13-17-101 CRS, seeking the award for a substantially frivolous, groundless, and/or vexatious action and/or pleading. Fact specific, but a good starting point in any request for fees. It was ultimately denied as the defendant “was not aware of the possibility of an award of attorney’s fees” under 13-17-102(6), despite having had several discussions about exactly that on the record.

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Amended answer to PI lawsuit

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Amended answer for a auto accident case, whereas the manufacturer was sued for defective vehicle. Sample answers including not doing business in state of Colorado, other affirmative defenses.

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Wrongful Death Complaint – Workers Compensation

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Document filing a complaint against a defendant who’s action caused a person’s death, either by negligence or intentionally. Wrongful death documents are filed by a representative of the deceased, typically a family member.

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Federal Court Civil Complaint with Request for Injunctive Relief

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Federal Civil Complaint based on diversity of citizenship, and including claims for misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of contract; includes request for injunctive relief. US District Court for the District of Minnesota.

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Medical Malpractice VOIR DIRE QUESTIONS

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Voire Dire questions used in medical malpractice case.

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Answer to Mechanics Lien with Affirmative Defenses

Sold By : Leonard Martinez
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Answer that was filed in a multi million dollar lawsuit where the claims where breach of contract and Equitable relief and Lien Foreclosure

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Standard Release of Promissory Note

Sold By : Leonard Martinez
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Used when a promissory borrower has paid off the note. Lender can either sign the original note as paid or fill out and sign this release form

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Demand Letter for Money Owed

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A demand letter is a written request that individuals send to demand a payment to reach a settlement without going to court to dispute it. This letter will state the purpose for writing the letter, request payment by a certain date, and threaten legal action if there is no response. Simply fill in the pre-populated terms and send it to the debtor or have your attorney send it. 

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Letter to Property Owner-Notice of Intent to Lien

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When sending a Notice of Intent to Lien, you are required to give Notice to the property owner that a Lien will be filed. It informs them of their obligation to inform their lenders of the pending lien against title.

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Motion for Clerk to Enter Default

Sold By : Leonard Martinez
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we filed a lawsuit for breach of contract and civil theft. The Defendants failed to answer the complaint. first step is to file a Motion for the Clerk to enter  Default once the clerk enters default next would be to file a Motion for Default judgment

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Sample Cross Examination of Experts – Litigation

Sold By : Leonard Martinez
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Have an expert you need to cross in a trial or hearing. the sample cross examination questions is a good place to start.  How to ask the background and important question when an expert takes a stand is not always simple. these example question are put on a word documents so you can easily add or expand on cross examination questions.

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Defendants’ Motion for Summary Judgment

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Document is a request for the Court from the Defendant to rule that the other party has no case, because there are no facts at the issue.

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Request to File New Litigation by Vexatious Litigant

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Request to File New Litigation by Vexatious Litigant

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Prefiling Order–Vexatious Litigant

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Prefiling Order–Vexatious Litigant

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Voire dire questions for qualifying expert

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Questions used to qualifying an expert

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Duplicative Experts, Motion in limine to preclude

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Motion in limine to preclude duplicative expert testimony

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Product Liability Lawsuit – Federal Court Civil Complaint and Jury Demand

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Federal Court Civil Complaint, including claims for Strict Liability, Product Liability-Failure to Warn, Negligence, Breach of Warranty- Express and Implied, Fraud, Fraudulent Concealment, and Negligent Representation.

Product liability is the area of law in which manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, retailers, and others who make products available to the public are held responsible for the injuries those products cause.

Product Defects: Responsible Parties

For product liability to arise, at some point the product must have been sold in the marketplace. Historically, a contractual relationship, known as “privity of contract,” had to exist between the person injured by a product and the supplier of the product in order for the injured person to recover. In most states today, however, that requirement no longer exists, and the injured person does not have to be the purchaser of the product in order to recover. Any person who foreseeably could have been injured by a defective product can recover for his or her injuries, as long as the product was sold to someone.

Liability for a product defect could rest with any party in the product’s chain of distribution, such as:

-The product manufacturer;
-A manufacturer of component parts;
-A party that assembles or installs the product;
-The wholesaler; and
-The retail store that sold the product to the consumer.

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Plaintiff’s Brief in Support of Motion for Temporary Injunction and Expedited Discovery

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Plaintiff’s Brief in support of motion for temporary injunction and expedited discovery, from the US District Court for the District of Minnesota. Companion Objection to same, as well as the original complaint, available on Lawyers Help Lawyers as well.

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Federal Civil Complaint for Default on Promissory Note

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Federal Civil Court Complaint for default on a promissory note. Diversity case out of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

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Federal Civil Complaint for Copyright Infringement

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Federal Civil Complaint for violation of copyright.

As a general matter, copyright infringement occurs when a copyrighted work is reproduced, distributed, performed, publicly displayed, or made into a derivative work without the permission of the copyright owner.

Copyright infringement can be a felony or a misdemeanor. A felony charge must involve an infringement of the copyright owner’s reproduction or distribution rights. A felony conviction carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a maximum fine of $250,000.

Copyright infringement is using someone else’s work without getting that person’s permission. … The owner of a copyright gets to decide who can legally make copies of that work. It is illegal to copy large sections of someone else’s copyrighted work without permission, even if you give the original author credit.

The legal penalties for copyright infringement are: Infringer pays the actual dollar amount of damages and profits. The law provides a range from $200 to $150,000 for each work infringed. Infringer pays for all attorneys fees and court costs.

US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan

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Plaintiff’s Memorandum in Support of Motion for Approval of Plan for Class Notice

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Plaintiff’s Brief in support of class action notice to class members following class certification. US District Court for the District of Colorado.

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Family Legal Documents

Civil Complaint for Damages, Declaratory Relief, Extraordinary Writs, and Preliminary Injunction

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Federal Civil Rights Complaint (42 USC 1983), including requests for damages, injunction, extraordinary writs, and declaratory relief out of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

Declaratory relief refers to a judgment of a court which determines the rights of parties without ordering anything be done or awarding damages. By seeking a declaratory judgment, the party making the request is seeking for an official declaration of the status of a matter in controversy.

The declaratory judgment is generally considered a statutory remedy and not an equitable remedy in the United States, and is thus not subject to equitable requirements, though there are analogies that can be found in the remedies granted by courts of equity.

Declaratory relief refers to a judgment of a court which determines the rights of parties without ordering anything be done or awarding damages. By seeking a declaratory judgment, the party making the request is seeking for an official declaration of the status of a matter in controversy.

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Defendant’s Memorandum in Support of its Motion to Dismiss

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Defense Brief supporting motion to dismiss a misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of contract case under diversity jurisdiction. US District Court for the District of Minnesota.

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Federal Civil Complaint under 42 USC 1983 (Excessive Force)

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Civil Complaint pursuant to 42 USC 1983 for police use of excessive force. US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

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