MALA Brown Bag Seminar
SUMMARY JUDGMENT FOR THE PARALEGAL
Presented By: Robert K. Baldwin, Esq.
Wednesday, July 24, 2019
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. MST
1 CLE Credit
This presentation will address summary judgment practice under Rule 56 of both the state and federal rules. Substantively, it will include:
- A discussion of the relevant standard and burdens;
- What the movant must accomplish to obtain summary judgment (and what the opposing party must accomplish to stave it off);
- How to present evidence to support or oppose such a motion; and
- What to do if the other side moves for summary judgment and you have not yet gathered the evidence you need to oppose the motion.
Robert Baldwin joined the law firm which is now known as Goetz, Baldwin & Geddes P.C. in 1990. His practice consists overwhelmingly of litigation and trial practice, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial, business tort, corporate/shareholder disputes and insurance cases. He also represents plaintiffs in personal injury cases. Bob has obtained several verdicts and settlements in excess of $1 million against various defendants, including the Spanish Peaks Resort in Big Sky, Montana and the founder of the Yellowstone Club. Other typical cases include disputes over real property contracts, real estate development rights, and insurance coverage/bad faith cases.
Registration Deadline – Monday, July 22, 2019 by 5:00 pm
Handouts and Call-in information will be emailed Tuesday, July 23, 2019