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Since its inception, SKJ JURIS has developed a niche expertise in the field of U.S. litigation support services. We, at SKJ JURIS have a team of highly skilled Indian Lawyers, who handle litigation drafting projects under the direction of American attorneys. The work products of SKJ Juris are later on supervised by –American attorneys before further use. The Indian team has received rigorous training by American attorneys in U.S. legal system, Federal and New York State laws, State and Federal court hierarchy, Stare decisis, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) and New York Practice Law and Rules (CPLR), legal research on Lexis Advance, document coding and review and writing deposition summaries.

OUR BUSINESS IS YOUR PEACE OF MIND

We, at SKJ JURIS, provide expert solutions and quality service in all kinds of litigation drafting projects at a reasonable cost, which the attorneys would otherwise have to get paying up at least double the cost in the U.S.

OUR LITIGATION SUPPORT SERVICES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:

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A) Answer – A written pleading filed by a defendant to respond to a complaint in a lawsuit, filed and served upon that defendant. An answer generally contests and responds to each allegation in the complaint by denying or admitting it, or admitting in part and denying in part.


B) Appeal to New York Appellate Division – Appeals are taken to the Appellate Division, as a matter of right or as of leave, in civil and criminal cases, from a New York Supreme Court, Surrogate’s Court, Family Court and Court of Claims. The Appellate Division has broad powers to review questions of law and fact, and to make new findings of fact by applying the law.


C) Motion to Dismiss – A Motion to Dismiss is a party’s request to a court to dismiss a complaint, majorly because of plaintiff’s failure to properly state a cause of action on which relief can be granted.

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D) Motion for Summary Judgement – A party files a Motion for Summary Judgement to request a court to rule that the other party has no case, because there are no facts at issue and the relief/s in a complaint need/s to be granted in favour of the movant.


E) Motion to Intervene – A non-party in a lawsuit-in-progress can join as a party by making a Motion to Intervene, if such a non-party has an interest in the subject matter of the original suit.


F) Motion to Quash – A Motion to Quash is a request to a court to render a previous decision of that court or a lower judicial body null and invalid.


G) Motion to Compel – A party files a Motion to Compel requesting a court to direct an opposing party or a third party to take some action generally in discovery disputes, when the movant has propounded discovery to either the opposing party or a third party and believes that the discovery responses from the opposing party or the third party are insufficient.


H) Motion in Limine –A party files a Motion in Limine requesting court for an order limiting or preventing certain irrelevant, inadmissible or prejudicial evidence from being presented by the other side at the trial of the case.

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Document-coding

Document coding is the process of identifying and extracting information specific to each document into a common form to ensure a later date search. Our company has skilled and dedicated Indian attorneys, who are well versed with the complexities of document coding. Our team has worked on various platforms including Relativity.

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1. Objective coding
The basic purpose of coding is to organize a collection of information into a database and retrieving the same, as and when necessary. We have a well-defined process to analyse and understand the project specifications. This helps the team to understand clients’ requirements and execute assignments both efficiently and accurately.


2. Subjective coding
Subjective Coding is a more comprehensive coding process in addition to the objective coding that includes keywords and relevant data coding from the document text. Such coding is flexible and specific to client requirements. The fields for subjective coding generally include (1) Begin Bates, (2) End Bates, (3) Document Type, (4) Document Title, (5) Document Date, (6) Date Estimated, (7) Author, (8) Recipient, (9) Copies, (10) Document Characteristics and (11) Names mentioned within text. However, the fields may be different subject to clients’ requirements.

Document-Review

Document review is often the most labor-intensive and expensive stage of the litigation process. During this stage, each page of data in a collection is reviewed and analyzed to determine what documents must be produced or withheld from production in a lawsuit.

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Diposition-Summary

Deposition summaries are an important part of the testimony record analysis process. Although they are not meant to replace reading full transcripts, deposition summaries provide objective and concise outlines or synopses of the most noticeable points of deposition transcripts. Summarizing lengthy deposition testimony into succinct summaries can save clients’ time and reduce costs of the law suits.

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Appeal to appellate division first department

Foreclosure mechanic’s lien complaint

Legal malpractice complaint

Response to bill of particulars

Interrogatories

Opposition to motion for summary judgment

Opposition to motion to dismiss

Demand for bill of particulars

Motion for leave to appeal

Motion for default judgment

Motion for summary judgment

Motion to intervene

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