This blog reflects the personal views of Reed F. Morris and does not necessarily represent the view of his law firm.
This blog highlights the innovative ways legal professionals improve dispute resolution in making it more efficient and responsive. It is not limited to the court system or, but also includes individual attorney and firm practices as well as dispute resolution out of court. It contrasts efficient practices with inefficient practices as an educational device for legal and non-legal professionals, and consumers of legal resources such as in-house counsel, business owners and individuals.
I expect to comment on civil cases of interest, current events, legislation, best practices, inefficiencies, and procedural reform efforts within the civil justice system.
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