The motion for summary judgment, which is essentially a paper trial, needs to be clear, unambiguous and persuasive. It can narrow issues, save time and resources, educate the parties as to each other's strategies and familiarize the judge with the disputes at issue.
Commentary: Master the Motion for Summary Judgment
March 25, 2013
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