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© 2017 Thomson Reuters. All rights reserved.Search the Resource ID numbers in blue on Practical Law for more. Resource ID: 2-505-2974ALVIN F. LINDSAY AND ZACHARY A. LIPSHULTZ, HOGAN LOVELLS US LLP, WITH PRACTICAL LAW LITIGATIONCommercial Litigation: Causes of Action ChecklistA Checklist setting out the key elements of various causes of action that commonly arise in commercial litigation.This Checklist sets out the key elements of various causes of action that commonly arise in commercial litigation. This Checklist is intended only as a general summary of US law. The specific elements of each cause of action may vary considerably from state to state. In addition, some states may not recognize certain causes of action, or may refer to them under different names.ABUSE OF PROCESSAbuse of process refers to a litigant’s improper use of properly issued legal process, and requires more than the malicious filing of an unmeritorious complaint (see Malicious Prosecution). To state a claim for abu...