Litigation in any venue is very much akin to a sport – it is played by set rules and standards. Understanding and abiding by those rules is key to success. Carol G. Morokoff is a New York litigator with 28 years of experience playing by the rules and adapting them to her clients’ benefit. In this course, Ms. Morokoff gives tips on which of the rules are most important, which are very helpful, and which can simply make a litigator’s life easier.
I. Consider an overview for planning litigation strategy
II. Identify civil practice law and rules sections to execute the strategy
III. Understand potential options when choosing competing CPLR sections
IV. Remember end game details
This course originally appeared as a part of our October 2015 Bridge the Gap Event.
Carol G. Morokoff is a 27 year litigator, specializing in commercial litigation – specifically, collections. She has appeared in courts ranging from Supreme Court, Dutchess County to all district courts in Suffolk County to United States District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. While Ms. Morokoff has practiced other areas of the law, she has discovered that since discontinuing matrimonial practice and concentrating on commercial debt, no client has asked for her home or cell phone numbers.
She is a graduate of Indiana University and New York Law School, where she was President of the Student Bar Association and a member of the Moot Court Executive Board.
She was wonderful!!! Very animated, and a lot of "down in the trenches" information.
very knowledgeable and entertaining lecturer
As a non-litigator, I really appreciated Ms. Morokoff covering a wide arrange of materials in a very easy to understand manner.
liked the speaker she was no baloney
I was enjoying the topic. Well laid out and interesting with good helpful war story tips.
Very useful lecture
helpful and entertaining
She gave good outline and followed it. Info was concrete and helpful.
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