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Case-Specific Analysis

Analysis: Helping you make sense of it all.

Although we are not in your office, LegalResearch.com’s experienced Research Attorneys work alongside you to ensure your case-specific analysis needs are met on your terms, on your schedule and on your budget. Whether evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of a potential case or evaluating the factual background of a case and preparing a memorandum detailing the probable legal outcome, we allow you to sleep at night with the peace of mind that you’ve got it all covered.

With nearly 4 decades of experience, we have handled literally thousands of case-specific analysis assignments covering thousands of legal issues in every area of law.

Below are four types of Case-Specific Analysis we can conduct on your behalf. How may we help you today?

Case Evaluation

We assess the strengths and weaknesses of your case; take the research we’ve done for you and deliver a full examination of every legal issue involved; and help you know exactly where you stand so you can confidently move to the next step in your legal strategy.

Case Proof

A “bulletproof” second look at your brief. This is a complete review that will ensure every court requirement is met, all substance and grammar have been reviewed and edited, and that your brief is polished to court-ready form.

In-House Memoranda of Law

Objective background information gives you an edge. You provide the facts and we draft a memorandum articulating the probable legal outcome. It’s a valuable tool for settlement negotiations, preparation for filing suit, or going to trial.

  • Case viability: Gain the background to learn whether a prospective case or a specific argument is worth your time to pursue.
  • Cause of action: Review your facts against the law to identify and evaluate potential causes of action.
  • Argument development: Find the authorities and discussion you need to make a compelling case; use the memo as the core of your court submissions.
  • Case valuation: Compare the matter against similar cases and damages to inform pleadings and settlement negotiations.
  • Court trends: Analyze judicial reactions to cases like yours for a practical take on your case.

Letter Report

Get a discussion of any legal question written in an easy-to-read manner. No extensive citation formalities. No legal technicalities. Our Letter Reports get to the heart of the matter, quickly and in plain English.

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