Welcome to California Business Litigation #5: Litigating in the Central District of California, but Not a Local? Plan for the Procedural Distinctions

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This is the fifth in Snell & Wilmer’s series, “Welcome to California Business Litigation.” California business litigation differs substantially from business litigation in most other parts of the United States, particularly for those used to dealing with Federal Rules-based civil procedures. California has exhaustive statutory regimes — among others, the Code of Civil Procedure, the Business & Professions Code, and the Evidence Code — of which businesses litigating in California must be aware in order to optimize their litigation outcomes.

In this series of articles, Snell & Wilmer lawyers familiar with both California and non-California business litigation practices will share a series of tips — both procedural and substantive — that in house counsel may find useful in navigating the shoals of California business litigation.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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