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Creatively Using Motions in Limine in Litigation

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Price: $199.00*
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Learn Sophisticated Strategies From a Veteran Civil Trial Attorney 
Being able to effectively use motions in limine is not something that is learned in law school, but rather a skill that takes years of experience to be able to successfully employ. In this practical legal program, veteran civil trial attorney faculty will provide you time-tested, practical, real-world techniques that have taken years to acquire. Don't miss out on this unique course - register today!
•Use timing strategies to your advantage and limit your adversary's opening statement.
•Discover advanced strategies for proving the witness is unqualified or incompetent.
•Creatively exclude hearsay and establish admissibility of expert testimony.
•Find out whether to use one omnibus in limine motion or separate motions. 
•Use motions in limine to obtain summary disposition.
Who Should Attend
This legal program is designed for civil litigators. Paralegals may also benefit.
Course Content
 •Planning Your in Limine Motions - Timing May be Everything
•Establish Your Goals
•Preparing the Motions in Limine
•Applying the Applicable Procedural Rules and Law
•Establishing Grounds for Granting a Motion in Limine: Advanced Strategies
•Creatively Using Motion in Limine to Exclude Evidence
•Strategies for Using Motion in Limine to Establish Admissibility of Evidence
•Using Motions in Limine to Obtain Summary Disposition
•Using Motions in Limine for Leverage

Practice Areas: Trial Skills
Online Media Type: Audio
Production Date: 12/19/2013 2:00 PM EST
Level: Intermediate
Category: Standard
Duration: 1 Hours, 30 Minutes
Online Format: Live

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Status: Reciprocal Credit Available
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Training Type: Online

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