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 Brief 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 class action motions, discovery motions, dispositive motions, and other general federal practice motions, as well as motions commonly filed in cases involving employment discrimination claims, wage & hour claims, and products liability claims.

To see a complete list of our federal court brief automations and try out different motion automations, please visit the following page: https://compose.law/motion-library/.

State Court Brief 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 motions for use in California, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania state courts.

To see a complete list of our state court brief automations and try out different motion automations, please visit the following page: https://compose.law/motion-library/.

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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