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Opposing California Civil Motions: Model Opposition Briefs (The Rutter Group Civil Litigation Series)

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Brand: The Rutter Group
Copyright: 2012-2017
ISBN: 9781539249993
Publication frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update method: N/A

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Opposing California Civil Motions: Model Opposition Briefs (The Rutter Group Civil Litigation Series)

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This book is designed to assist all attorney litigators and their support staff of law clerks and paralegals in drafting opposition briefs related to scores of key California civil motions. The book is a significant additional resource for law and motion writers, and is a perfect companion to California Law and Motion Authorities for Civil Cases and California Law and Motion MODEL FORMS.

This volume differs from many other forms books in that it provides authoritative legal arguments, not merely empty templates, that cite to fundamental statutory and decisional law (including California Rules of Court), as well as legislative and public policy considerations, supporting particular opposition memorandums. You will be able to add specific facts and arguments of your case into an easy-to-follow, logically formatted template that already includes standard language and discussions of the general authorities supporting the opposition. The book provides essential starting points for conducting further research on particular motions you are opposing.

The print version of this title is updated annually for subscribers by replacement pages.

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  • May be used by plaintiffs or defendants, large or small firms