Legal Advice for “Motion to Dismiss: Civil” — 82 results
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, over 1 year ago.
If you have ever been involved in a lawsuit or followed a lawsuit, chances are you've heard the term summary judgment. What is summary judgment? Summary judgment or a summary judgment... more
Written by attorney Robert F. Goings, 9 months ago.
South Carolina has a specific cause of action referred to as "civil conspiracy." A civil conspiracy is a combination of two or more parties joined for the purpose of injuring the plaintiff... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 2 years ago.
The primary constitutional function of the Supreme Court is to review appeals from decisions of the District Courts.Generally, an appeal may be taken only from the final judgment of the... more
Written by attorney Grace Doberdruk, about 1 year ago.
FILING AN APPEAL
Once a bank gets a judgment of foreclosure the bank can try to sell the property. In Ohio the homeowner has 30 days to appeal after a judgment of foreclosure has been... more
Written by attorney John N Skiba, over 2 years ago.
Case Killer: How to Defeat a Motion for Summary Judgment
Nothing can blow your case out of the water like a motion for summary judgment. You got served... more
Written by attorney Peter Morris, about 1 year ago.
In all actions for divorce the complaint shall be verified in accordance with the provisions of Rule 11 of the Rules of Civil Procedure and G.S. 1-148. The plaintiff shall set forth in his... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, almost 2 years ago.
Professionals now must also be marketers to succeed, no matter how good they are in the technical aspects of their profession.
Written by attorney Rosanne Felicello, over 2 years ago.
On March 5th, Jane Chuang and Rosanne Felicello co-chaired anevent at the NYC Bar Association on the how-to of successful motion practice. The panelists includedJustice Barbara R. Kapnick,... more
Written by attorney Robert Erlanger, over 1 year ago.
Unlike other states, Supreme Court in New York is the trial level court, not the highest court of the State. This is a step-by-step guide on how a plaintiff's lawsuit moves through Supreme... more
Written by attorney Jodi Soyars, over 2 years ago.
Looking to get your case expunged or sealed, then do not be fooled! "Deferred Adjudication" dismissals do not usually qualify for expunction.