Dorsaneo, Texas Litigation Guide

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By William V. Dorsaneo

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For over two decades, Dorsaneo, Texas Litigation Guide has served as the premier authority on Texas civil litigation. Dorsaneo, Texas Litigation Guide gives you the value of superior content and coverage over West in the practice areas of litigation, criminal, civil and torts. The guide is cited frequently by Texas courts and updated four times more per year, while the competing publication from West is updated only once per year. This step-by-step guide offers over 600 more forms than the competing West offering--from letters and notices to discovery, motions, petitions and appellate forms--to save you hours of time preparing pleadings, motions, petitions, etc.

Detailed analysis of complex civil litigation issues.

Complete treatise discussion of the substantive and procedural law based on statutory and case law.

Organized to flow with typical case progression, step-by-step guidance all the way.

Time-tested forms for any situation, including pretrial, trial, and appellate practice forms.

Procedural checklists to guide the attorney or paralegal through any type of Texas litigation.

Research guides provide primary source references and many other subject-specific research references.

Attorneys, paralegals and clerks throughout the state utilize this essential go-to guide for locating Texas litigation procedure and forms for virtually any legal situation. Also includes separate units on business entities, commercial law, real estate, family law, and much more.


The premier authority for more than 20 years.


Procedural guidance along with every form you need.


Attorney-friendly organization walks you through cases.

By Professor William V. Dorsaneo III of Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law, the 26-volume set is updated four times a year with the most recent cases, statutory changes, and rules updates.

Dorsaneo, Texas Litigation Guide