New Lexis Practice Advisor Journal™ Civil Litigation Special Edition

New Lexis Practice Advisor Journal™ Civil Litigation Special Edition

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Making the Motion for Summary Judgment
Get insights on the many advantages and disadvantages of filing motions for summary judgment in federal court, as well as guidance on filing deadlines, formatting requirements, supporting evidence and other key aspects involved in filing these motions. Page 42

Pretrial Injunctive Relief: Enforcing Pretrial Injunctions
Preliminary injunctive relief preserves the status quo of the parties before a court resolves their lawsuit. Learn more about the various types of pretrial injunctive relief, the courts’ authority to enforce injunctive orders and the types of sanctions that can be imposed for violating such orders. Page 28

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MORE HIGHLIGHTS

Drafting a Settlement Agreement Checklist
The vast majority of federal civil lawsuits are settled before trial, so it is important to prepare for settlement at the very beginning of a case. Use this checklist to help make sure you negotiate, draft and execute the settlement agreement that best protects your clients’ interests. Page 67

Making the Motion for Class Certification
One of the first steps in pursuing a class action is obtaining class certification. Get tips and insights on filing requirements, the elements the moving party must establish and the types of evidence that may be used to support certification, as well as other critical factors in filing a successful motion for class certification. Page 17

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