Lawsuits have become long and costly for many businesses. The average civil case now takes about two years to go trial. Pre-trial litigation issues can often extend the timeline for cases and make them more costly. To this end, many businesses seek to preempt pre-trial litigation by entering into contracts that decide these issues in advance. These preemptions however can take the form of standard language that only appears briefly at the end of contracts, causing companies to overlook them.