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Contempt Actions in Alabama: Attorney Tips for Using and Defending Against The Enforcement Hammer - On-Demand
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WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Earn CLE credit and learn the best ways to use, and defend against, contempt proceedings in Alabama.
Contempt proceedings have become more complicated recently. An understanding of Alabama Rule of Civil Procedure 70A and relevant case law is essential if you're going to make effective use of this enforcement tool -- or defend against it.
Use this on-demand webinar for a quick update on the latest developments in contempt proceedings in both civil and criminal cases. Your presenter, a seasoned Alabama attorney, will look at the contempt issue from both sides, sharing tips on how to pursue as well as defend contempt proceedings.
In addition to practical, use-them-now tactics, you'll also learn when to NOT request a contempt ruling, based on conflict resolution strategies and the potential for ancillary and unwanted impact.
- Shifting burdens of proof in contempt proceedings
- Pitfalls of using the court’s contempt power
- Difficulty of appellate review of contempt orders
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About Your Presenter:
Rick Lyerly graduated from Cumberland School of Law and has been a licensed law practitioner since September 1975. He has been admitted to practice before all Federal District Courts in the State of Alabama, the Circuit Courts of Appeal for the 5th and 11th Circuits, and the Supreme Court of the United States of America. Since June 1976, after a one-year clerkship with Justice Janie Shores in the Alabama Supreme Court, Mr. Lyerly has been engaged in the active private practice of law in Birmingham.