|Production Date:||March 23, 2010|
|Practice Areas:||Discovery, Evidence|
In a follow up to his extremely popular course "How to Sue a Car Dealership", consumer attorney Jonathan Rudnick provides a must-see presentation on how to win a case against a car dealership through the discovery process. Rudnick examines the unique aspects of pretrial work in this area of law, including the importance of the insurance policy, understanding the dealer specific terms, and which documents to request. He also uses examples of New Jersey cases to demonstrate how courts have interpreted consumer protection laws with respect to discovery. Finally, Rudnick concludes the course by sharing key tips to getting the most from interrogatories, subpoenas, and expert witnesses. This is an exemplary course for attorneys representing clients who have purchased "lemon" cars, and, indeed, for car owners in general.
I. Industry Terms
II. Document Demand
IV. The Condition of the Car
VI. Expert Witnesses
Joel (Urbandale, IA)
Interesting coverage of a very specific niche topic.
Thomas (Modesto, CA)
Exceptionally useful for me as a trial court research attorney in evaluating the discovery motions generated by such cases.
John (Laurel, MD)
Maria (Floral Park, NJ)
Mark (Dallas, TX)
this course bristles with real world practice tips and timesavers
Price: $59.00Purchase Course (For CE Credit)
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