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September 29, 2008

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Michael F Baltaxe

very nice and useful outline

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Jeff Vail

Thanks for this outline... what method do you use for collecting/indexing your various outlines, checklists, and lists of best practices? I've started working on a "master litigation checklist" for Colorado courts (at http://www.jeffvail.net/2010/05/litigation-checklist.html ), and I'm wondering what kind of indexing and knowledge management systems other attorneys are using?

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