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Litigator Brad McCullough Presents Webinar on the Dos and Don'ts of Seeking Summary Judgment

Litigator Brad McCullough is presenting a must-attend webinar on the dos and don'ts of seeking summary judgment on Dec 13.

The webinar, titled "Summary Judgment: Ten Commandments for Seeking or Opposing It," will address things to consider when deciding whether to seek a motion for summary judgment.

Among other things, you’ll learn answers to the following questions:

  • When should I start considering the possibility of filing – or opposing – a motion for summary judgment?
  • What steps should I take to best position myself before filing or opposing a motion for summary judgment?
  • When is the best time during the litigation to move for summary judgment?
  • How should I organize and present my motion or opposition?
  • Should I move for partial summary judgment?
  • What is the best voice or tone for my motion?
  • When responding to a motion for summary judgment, should I file a cross-motion?
  • How broadly or narrowly should I tailor my papers?
  • What other tactical and strategic factors should I consider?

The webinar is presented by the Clear Law Institute. To register or for more information, go to the webinar registration page.

Brad McCullough is a commercial and business litigator and appellate attorney at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland. Brad represents businesses and individuals in a wide variety of cases in federal and state trial and appellate courts, as well as before arbitration panels and in mediation proceedings.


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