AELC 2017 Conference: Litigation Challenges – Motions That Make a Difference

Next Month
Dana Point, CA

Monarch Beach Resort

David W. Garland, Member of the Firm and Chair of the firm's National Labor and Employment Steering Committee, joins the "Litigation Challenges – Motions That Make a Difference" panel at the American Employment Law Council (AELC) 2017 Conference.

In litigating an employment case, there are a number of motions that can be made prior to trial (aside from the ubiquitous motion for summary judgment) that can make a significant difference in the outcome of the litigation. These include motions to dismiss poorly pled or extraneous claims; motions to limit the scope of discovery; and motions to exclude irrelevant or unduly prejudicial evidence. Our panelists of experienced litigators will discuss several of the most important ones – focusing on the pros and cons, the strategic considerations, and the key points of each of them.

For more information, please visit AELC-Law.org.