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Summary Judgment and Related Termination Motions, 2021 ed. (Vol. 22, Kentucky Practice Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2021
ISBN: 9781539294795
Service #: 40757073
Sub #: 40757072
Pages: 488
Shelf Space: 1 in.
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
Update format: Replacement pamphlets

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Summary Judgment and Related Termination Motions, 2021 ed. (Vol. 22, Kentucky Practice Series)

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This practice guide is specifically devoted to making or opposing termination motions such as summary judgment, dismissal, or motion to strike. It provides ready-to-use citations for supporting and opposing motions, plus fully briefed sample motions for quickly creating pretrial motions. It also includes practice tips.

Features

  • Helps attorneys write motions in less time and avoid making motions where the law is not favorable
  • Includes citations and sample forms for making or opposing termination motions
  • Provides a source for parties seeking to oppose termination motions
  • Helps improve clarity and quality of brief writing by providing ready-to-use citations
  • Provides a useful resource for attorneys who know the authorities they want and need to find them fast
  • Provides guidance for attorneys who are unfamiliar with the law
  • Provides definitive coverage of summary judgment motions, invaluable for counsel seeking to end case before trial