Effective Motion Practice (On Demand)

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Most lawsuits are not determined at trial. The effective use of motions can make or break your case.

Most lawsuits are not determined at trial. The effective use of motions can make or break your case. With perspectives from both plaintiff’s and defense counsel, our seasoned litigators share valuable insights and practice tips to strengthen your motions. Examine effective ORCP 21 and FRCP 12 motions and learn how to craft a discovery plan tailored to your case. Discover ways to effectively argue (or oppose) summary judgment motions before the court, and take a look at trial motions, including motions in limine and motions for a directed verdict or mistrial. The post-trial motions session covers JNOV, new trials, and remittitur. In addition, review ethical considerations for motion practice and gain an understanding of anti-SLAPP motions.

Presented by:
• Courtney Angeli, Buchanan Angeli Altschul & Sullivan LLP, Portland
• Jay Beattie, Lindsay Hart LLP, Portland
• Nena Cook, Ater Wynne LLP, Portland
• Clifford Davidson, Sussman Shank LLP, Portland
• C. Marie Eckert, Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP, Portland
• Travis Eiva, Zemper Eiva Law, Eugene
• Angela Franco Lucero, Kranovich & Lucero LLC, Lake Oswego
• Leslie Johnson, Samuels Yoelin Kantor LLP, Portland
• Shenoa Payne, Richardson Wright LLP, Portland
• Julie Vacura, Larkins Vacura Kayser LLP, Portland
• Richard Vangelisti, Vangelisti LLP, Portland
• Xin Xu, Xin Xu Law Group, Portland
• The Honorable Youlee You, U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon, Portland

5.25 General CLE credits and 1 Ethics (Oregon specific) credit
ID 51655, 10/11/2018
Complete by 10/11/2021 for Oregon credit

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