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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