Motion Practice Update: How to Use Motions to Enhance Your Case
Live Webinar: Thursday, March 29, 2018
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Central
11:00 a.m. to noon Eastern
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Did you know, many lawsuits are won and lost on motion practice? Motion practice is critical part pf your litigation toolbox. This webinar will stress those items and areas where motions can help to make your case stronger, or in the event of a strong case, prevent it from being derailed by your opponent.
If you haven’t studied motions since law school, you’re certainly not alone. Motions are so basic, how can there be anything new?
Here’s why you may want to learn the latest best practices and insights: many lawsuits are won and lost on motion practice.
A basic motion in limine to exclude your most critical evidence can change a winner case into a loser in a moment. Or, a simple directed verdict could derail your case before you ever make it to your coveted closing argument. Motion practice is critical part of your litigation toolbox.
Join your Tennessee colleagues for this valuable CLE webinar. You’ll learn about items and areas where motions can help to make your case stronger, or in the event of a strong case, prevent it from being derailed by your opponent. Seasoned Tennessee attorney Sam Hunt will discuss:
- How to request and secure default judgment
- Issuing or opposing a motion for summary judgement
- Issuing motions after the verdict
- When you can move to withdraw or amend an admission
- Getting a judgement as a matter of law
About Your Presenter
Sean Antone Hunt is the owner of the Memphis boutique commercial defense law firm, The Hunt Law Firm. For the past 20 years, Mr. Hunt has practiced in the area of Section 83 litigation, construction, litigation, products liability, personal injury, workers’ compensation, and insurance defense. In addition, Mr. Hunt recently became a Rule 31 trained mediator. He has also lectured at seminars on his areas of expertise and has conducted several in-house presentations on workers’ compensation issues for his firm’s clients. Mr. Hunt earned his J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law.