When Virginia lawmakers increased the jurisdictional limit in General District Courts from $15,000 to $25,000 in 2011, the number of cases filed skyrocketed. Although litigation in the General District Court certainly has its advantages such as quicker resolution and savings on experts, there are also pitfalls to avoid.
This course, presented by Amy L. Bradley, reviews the issues that litigators will want to consider in deciding whether General District Court is the best jurisdiction to file, the statutory scheme governing such cases, and the pitfalls to avoid.
Excellent presentation from extremely competent counsel
Excellent coverage of relevant caselaw and statutes.
Really strong program for the practice area that I was seeking to address.
Fantastic--one of the best beginner level CLE classes I've taken on-demand.
Very clear and engaging speaker. Good trial tips, as well.
Excellent speaker, points and materials. Just excellent all around.
Clear. Complete. Excellent written materials.
A lot of useful information, and practice tips.
Ms. Bradley is an excellent lecturer. I hope that she will continue to provide more lectures on Virginia law.
The presentation was right on point !!
Succinct and well delivered without wasting time on war stories!
Very nicely presented and helpful.
AGAIN ANOTHER EXCELLENT PRESENTATION.
This was a well organized, authoritative and crisply presented Virginia specific course. I really enjoyed the course and the presenter did an outstanding job.
The teacher was very interesting and informative and had a pleasant manner, and well organized!! Great job.
EXCELLENT PRESENTER!!! Extremely practical and useful advice.