The Barristers Litigation Section and Solo and Small Firm Practice Section present
Motions for Summary Judgment Demystified
Tips and Tricks for Pursuing and Defending Motions for Summary Judgment
||Tuesday, September 19, 2023
||11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
||12:00 - 1:15 p.m.
Motions for summary judgment are a critical stage in litigation and should not be taken lightly. This program will provide practical tips and tricks for bringing or opposing a motion for summary judgment. Attendees will also hear advice from the bench regarding what judges look for in motion for summary judgment briefs and supporting papers, as well as oral argument.
- Overview of motion for summary judgment procedure
- Practical techniques for pursuing and defending motions for summary judgment
- Judge's perspective on motion for summary judgment papers and oral argument
Carole Okolowicz, Coopers LLP, and Laura Riperbelli, Hoge Fenton, Barristers Litigation Section
Olivia Dopler, Steven Adair MacDonald & Partners, and Brittany Rogers, Law Office of Scott Righthand, Barristers Solo and Small Firm Practice Section
Event Code: B231442
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