Winning Your First (or Next) Motion for Summary Judgment

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I use this outline in conjunction with a seminar I provide to law firms and groups of attorneys called Winning Your First (or Next) Motion for Summary Judgment. Although drafted with the Massachusetts Superior Court rules in mind, the general approach is applicable to any court.

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Nina E. Kallen, Attorney At Law

Nina Kallen has been a civil litigator in Massachusetts since 1994. She has particular knowledge of... View Profile »


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