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Nuts and Bolts of Summary Judgment (Part 1)

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May 1, 2019


California Employment Lawyers Association


Summary Judgment


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Part 1: Summary Judgment – How to Effectively Litigate Summary Judgment Motions

Speakers will cover:
* Drafting effective briefs
* Understanding and mastering procedural requirements – federal vs. state
* Separate statements
* Plaintiff's Declaration
* Objections to moving party’s evidence
* Points and Authorities
* Affirmative SJ Motions
* Cross-motions
* Summary judgment hearings
* Tips on appeals

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Danny Brome
Associate - Nichols Kaster

Danny is an associate at Nichols Kaster in San Francisco. He primarily handles class and collective wage and hour cases.

Rabiah Rahman
Associate - Myers, Widders, Gibson, Jones & Feingold

Rabiah is an employment attorney based out of Ventura, CA. She enjoys skiing, hiking and doing improv.

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Nuts and Bolts of Summary Judgment (Part 1) - Video
Nuts and Bolts of Summary Judgment (Part 1) - Slide Handout
Objections to Evidence Cheat Sheet - Handout
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