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Civil Procedure and Evidence, Legal Year in Review: Webcast Video Replay | InReach (PRACPRO
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When: Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Log-in: 9:30 a.m. | Program: 9:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.
Where: Webcast: Video Replay | InReach

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Civil Procedure

  • Rule 4A(g): Ex Parte Attachment
  • Rules 11 and 66: The Need for an Affidavit When Moving for Sanctions
  • Rule 12(c): Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings
  • Rule 15: Timeliness of a Motion to Amend Complaint
  • Rule 25: Substitution of Parties
  • Rule 26: The Difference Between Confidentiality and Privilege In Discovery
  • Rule 54: Final Judgment
  • Rule 56(e): Requirements for Affidavit Testimony
  • Rules 59(e) and 60(b): The Appropriate Mechanism to Modify a Judgment
  • Rule 80B: Its Exclusivity as a Means to Appeal State and Local Administrative Action
  • Rule 118(b): Review of a Family Law Magistrate’s Final Order
  • Res Judicata and a Trial Court’s Authority to Preserve the Parties’ Right to Relitigate
  • Claim Preclusion and Issue Preclusion
  • The Doctrine of Laches: Limits on its Application
  • Effect of a Trial Court’s Adoption of One Party’s Proposed Order
  • Appellate Rule 13(f) and Professional Conduct in Briefing and Conducting Appeals
  • Appellate Procedure: The Need for a Record on Review


  • Evidence Rules 401 and 403: Relevance and Unfair Prejudice
  • Evidence Rule 408: Statements Made During Negotiation or Mediation
  • Evidence Rule 601: Competence to Testify as a Fact Witness
  • Evidence Rules 701 and 901: Non-expert Opinion to Authenticate  Handwriting
  • Evidence Rules 801 and 803: Non Hearsay and Exceptions to Hearsay
  • Intersection Between Hearsay Rules, Prior Bad Act Evidence, and Impeachment
  • Attorney Statements and Conduct During Closing

Benjamin R. Gideon, Esq.

Alicia F. Curtis, Esq.

MSBA Standard Member: $60
CLE Club Members: $40
Support Staff of Club Member: $40
Legal Support Staff/Paralegal: $55
MSBA Student Member: $15
Non-Members: $85



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