Compose offers brief automations that can be used in connection with a variety of procedural, evidentiary, and dispositive motions in federal and state courts. Compose can be used to automate briefs in support of or in opposition to a motion.

Federal Court Automations

You can use Compose to automate briefs in support of or in opposition to federal district court motions. Our current federal court automations include the following:

  • Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim, Rule 12(b)(6)
  • Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction, Rule 12(b)(2)
  • Motion to Dismiss for Failure to Join a Party, Rule 12(b)(7)
  • Motion to Dismiss for Improper Venue, Rule 12(b)(3)Motion for Protective Order
  • Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Subject Matter Jurisdiction, Rule 12(b)(1)
  • Motion for Protective Order
  • Motion to Exclude Expert Testimony
  • Motion for a Preliminary Injunction
  • Motion to Remand
  • Motion for Summary Judgement
  • Motion for Class Certification

State Court Automations

You can use Compose to automate briefs in support of or in opposition to state trial court motions. Our current state court automations include the following:

California:
-Motion to Exclude Expert Testimony

-Motion for a Protective Order

-Motion to Compel Discovery

We are constantly expanding our selection of brief automations. To learn about our latest additions, or if you have any questions or feedback regarding our selection of brief automations, please contact us at support@casetext.com.

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