Litigating Hardship-Based Relief: Effective Motion Practice and Evidence Tips - Recording (.MP3)
Relief for LPR and non-LPRs vary in burdens, evidence, and discretion. Panelists will advise on strategies and best practices in preparing to litigate. They also will discuss how to utilize various tools in developing and building a winning case.
- Various Hardships: Know Your Burden and Plan Your Case
- Equities and Negative Factors: Yes, You Can Help Your Client to Prove Rehabilitation
- Proving Hardship: Admissibility Issues, Stale Medical Records or Families Unable to See Physician, Virtual Schooling with Issues Getting Evidence from Psychologist or IEP, COVID-19 as Hardship
- Creative Tools: Depositions, Subpoena, Experts, and How to Overcome Rebuttal
- Litigation Strategies: Motions to Keep Record Open, Effective Closing Arguments
- Using Case Law to Your Benefit and Reminding the Judge to Consider Hardship in the Aggregate
- Strategy Considerations: Do You Show Your Hand in a Pretrial Brief? Can You Narrow Down the Issues and Stipulate Ahead of Time? Should You Request a Written Closing?
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