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This basic-to-intermediate level program will give civil litigators a chance to have their specific procedural questions answered by presiding civil court judges.
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Take advantage of the unique opportunity to gain years of courtroom experience in one engaging discussion with civil court judges. (see full course description)

 
 
 

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Learn Civil Court Judges´ Individual Preferences and Pet Peeves  


What if you could explore the different cultural climates of the judges´ courtrooms without your clients´ lives depending on the outcome of the exploration? Now you can. Take advantage of the unique opportunity to gain years of courtroom experience in one engaging discussion with civil court judges. Discover what the presiding triers of fact think of the litigation process and learn their personal rules and preferences. Register today!



  • Review the elements of what the judges consider to be a strong case theme.

  • Review best discovery practices as the judges see them.

  • Get guidance ins preparing and presenting concise and effective settlement memoranda.

  • Learn tips and tricks to implement in your next set of voir dire questions.

  • Explore the specific nuances of each judge´s presiding style so that you can tailor your practice to suit that courtroom.

  • Learn to make expert witness testimony work for – not against – you.

  • Time your objections right to achieve maximum impact without alienating the judge or jury.

  • Gain judges´ tips and pointers for being more efficient and effective in their courtrooms.

  • Identify the most common witness and evidence errors that judges hope you´ll avoid.

  • Get precious face-time with the local judges.



Morning Session (9:00-12:00)

Honorable Ronald L. Bauer

Honorable Geoffrey T. Glass

Honorable James P. Gray

Honorable Franz E. Miller

Honorable Jamoa A. Moberly

Honorable Robert J. Moss

Honorable Mary Ann Murphy

Moderator - Jon R. Mower



     



    1. DETERMINING YOUR LITIGATION STRATEGY

    2. INITIAL PLEADINGS



      1. Complaints

      2. Motions to Dismiss

      3. Answers and Affirmative Defenses



    3. DISCOVERY PRACTICE

      1. Effective and Ineffective Discovery Practices

      2. Discovery Motions

      3. Deposition Strategies

      4. Electronic Discovery

      5. Extending Discovery Deadlines



    4. SETTLEMENT CONFERENCES

      1. Tips for a Productive Settlement Memorandum

      2. How to be Effective at the Settlement Conference

      3. Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution



    5. DRAFTING EFFECTIVE DISPOSITIVE MOTIONS  

      1. Form of Motions and Memorandum

      2. Response Strategies

      3. Reply Briefs



    6. PRETRIAL CONFERENCES

      1. Effective Pretrial Statements

      2. Tips for an Effective Pretrial Conference

      3. Motions in Limine





     


    Afternoon Session (1:00-4:30)

    Honorable Ronald L. Bauer

    Honorable Geoffrey T. Glass

    Honorable James P. Gray

    Honorable Franz E. Miller

    Honorable Jamoa A. Moberly

    Honorable Robert J. Moss

    Honorable Mary Ann Murphy

    Moderator - Jon R. Mower





    1. VOIR DIRE AND JURY SELECTION

      1. Determining the Judge´s Voir Dire Practice

      2. How do You Identify Your Ideal Juror

      3. When Does a Juror Get Struck for Cause

      4. Avoiding Constitutional Challenges to Peremptory Strikes

      5. How to Tip the Jury off to the Central Theme of Your Case



    2. OPENING STATEMENT

      1. What is an Opening Statement

      2. The Significance of an Opening Statement

      3. Diffuse the Issue or Ratify the Argument – the Great Debate



    3. GENERAL TIPS FOR TRIAL ADVOCACY

      1. Making and Handling Motions and Objections at Trial

      2. Most Common Evidentiary Issues

      3. The Value of Side Bar Conferences

      4. Appearance

      5. Know Your Judge

      6. What to Bring With You to Court

      7. Humor in the Courtroom-is it Appropriate?

      8. Technology in the Courtroom



    4. PRESENTING YOUR CASE AT TRIAL

      1. Direct and Cross Examination

      2. How a Witness Ruins a “Good” Case

      3. Introducing Evidence at Trial

      4. The Proper Way to Object in Court

      5. Learning When Not to Object

      6. When is a Side Bar Appropriate?

      7. Did you Get Everything on the Record?



    5. EXPERT EXAMINATION

      1. Standards of Admissibility for Expert Report

      2. Challenges Which Can be Made to Expert Report

      3. Addressing the Highly Technical Content

      4. Cross-Examination Don´ts



    6. CLOSING ARGUMENT AND JURY INSTRUCTIONS

      1. Effective Closing Argument Strategies

      2. Objecting During Argument

      3. The Goal of the Closing Argument

      4. The Importance of Clear Jury Instructions



    7. POST TRIAL CONSIDERATIONS

      1. Errors in Jurors´ Verdict Sheets

      2. Preserving Post Trial Issues



Seminar Summary:

Take advantage of the unique opportunity to gain years of courtroom experience in one engaging discussion with civil court judges. (see full course description)

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