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Motion for Summary Adjudication: A Tool for Plaintiffs (Advocate Article)

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Date Published

December 1, 2011

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Summary Judgment

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Summary judgment and adjudication is commonly used by defendants as a tool to attack plaintiffs' case in chief. But plaintiffs can use it to force a defendant to "put up or shut up" and eliminate weak or frivolous defenses before trial.

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Laurel Halbany

Laurel Halbany is an attorney in the San Francisco office of Waters, Kraus & Paul. Her practice focuses on toxic tort... Read More

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