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Video Seminar

Video Seminar

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Start with the Big Picture

Complete Course - $249
 

Watch and Learn

This video introduction gives you the "Big Picture".

Total time to watch is 5 hours (53 separate video clips).

Watch each clip at your own pace.

Then you'll know what you need to learn to win!

There's nothing like this video anywhere else.

This is the quickest way to get the basics.

  • Introduction.
  • Topics Covered.
  • Getting Started. Preparing for Battle.
  • The Court Procedure Flowchart
  • Causes of Action. Plaintiff's Right to Sue.
  • Pleadings. Where Each Party Says What Must Be Proved.
  • Simple Complaint.
  • Multi-Count Complaint.
  • Importance of Simple Sentences. One Verb. One Noun.
  • The Summons.
  • Verifications.
  • The Answer.
  • Certificates of Service.
  • Counter-Claims.
  • Cross-Claims.
  • Third-Party Complaints.
  • How to Avoid Filing an Answer.
  • Motion to Strike
  • Motion to Dismiss
  • Motion for More Definite Statement
  • Affirmative Defenses - Part One
  • Affirmative Defenses - Part Two
  • Forms ... What Goes In, What Stays Out.
  • How to Answer a Complaint
  • Discovery of Evidence
  • Requests for Admissions
  • Requests for Production
  • Interrogatories
  • Depositions
  • Court Process and Subpoenas
  • How to Compel Discovery of Evidence
  • How to Move the Court
  • Standing in Power.
  • Knowing the Law.
  • How to Write Memoranda in Support of Arguments.
  • Legal Authorities
  • Sizing Up Your Opponent
  • Using Evidence Rules
  • Privileges.
  • Impeachment.
  • Hearsay.
  • Examining Witnesses.
  • Circumstantial Evidence.
  • Authentication of Evidence.
  • Trial Preparation and Procedure.
  • Writing Orders
  • Post-Judgment Proceedings.
  • Settlement
  • Preparation for Appeal.
  • Jurisdiction.
  • The Enemy
  • Summation
  • Conclusion

This is your quick start toward winning.

Legal knowledge is power!

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