“But I Am Not a Litigator!” How to Represent Clients in Federal Court - Recording (.MP3)
02:00 PM (ET)
With ever-increasing delays and abuse of discretion denials, federal litigation may be the best option in order to force timely and correct adjudication of cases. But what if you have no experience in litigation and are concerned that clients cannot afford it? Our panel of experts will walk you through how to file and litigate your first case in federal court successfully, sharing tips and templates from the trenches.
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