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Why You Should Attend
Pretrial practice in federal civil litigation continues to change. As fewer civil cases are tried, the staples of pretrial practice — pleadings, motions to dismiss, discovery, Daubert motions, summary judgment, and settlement — have replaced trials as the focus of litigation. What does the changing nature of pretrial practice in litigation mean for your practice? Join our faculty of experienced plaintiffs’ and defense attorneys, inside counsel, judges and others as they review what you need to know to succeed at this increasingly important stage of litigation.
What You Will Learn
• Planning the Litigation
• Investigating the facts and the law
• Pleading your case
• Pretrial motions
• Settlement Strategies
The program offers transitional Skills credit.
Who Should Attend
This program will help attorneys who are not yet experienced litigators become familiar with the ins and outs of pretrial practice.