Lawyers often tell their clients that while they must prepare as if every case will go to trial, more than 90% of cases are resolved before trial. If a settlement is not reached, the resolution typically comes through the court ruling on a dispositive motion. This episode begins with a look at motions to dismiss, with focus on the still-developing Twombly-Iqbal standard, and how that standard is put into practice. We then discuss summary judgment motions. That discussion includes everything from making a summary judgment record to brief writing, to making a cross-motion for summary judgment. This webinar shines a light on what happens to the great percentage of cases that don’t make it to trial.
Adam is Of Counsel with ROETZEL, Chicago and focuses his practice on commercial and business litigation, representing a wide variety of clients ranging from individuals to small business owners to… Read More
Matt Christensen joined Angstman Johnson in 2008 as an associate attorney. Now a member of the firm, Matt has a civil litigation practice involving commercial law (finance and secured transactions),… Read More
Max Stein, a member of Boodell & Domanskis, LLC, is a business litigator focused on meeting clients’ business objectives, helping them resolve disputes at the most opportune times. Max represents… Read More