Yes. All cites in Compose are hand-selected by our team of attorney editors to ensure relevancy, accuracy, and that you’re citing good law. Additionally, each cite is covered by Casetext’s industry-leading SmartCite citator. Cases that are negatively treated on other grounds will include yellow, orange or red case flags.
How often are the brief templates updated?
Each dynamic brief template is reviewed regularly by our team of attorneys to ensure you always have the up-to-date arguments, standards and case law.
Will my subscription include access to new dynamic brief templates as they are added?
If you subscribe to the all templates plan, yes. New brief templates will automatically appear in Compose.
Do Compose dynamic brief templates work for both filing and replying to a particular motion-type?
Yes. Each dynamic brief template in Compose works for both the movant(you want the motion to be granted) and non-movant (you oppose the motion). For example, each legal standard in Compose is labeled as supporting the movant, non-movant, or as neutral.
Who made Compose?
Compose was created by Casetext, the award-winning legal technology company founded in 2013. Casetext has more than 7,000 law firm subscribers, including many of the largest and most prominent firms in the US, and is the #1 rated legal research platform as ranked by G2.