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Default Judgments

Default Judgments

Defeated by Default

When Parties Lose Without Trying

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Why Lose If You Don't Have To?

Courts are busy places.

Lots of cases to be heard ... not just yours.

Judges try to get cases off their calendars as quickly as possible.

So judges may enter default judgments when either plaintiff or defendant fails to meet a deadline or refuses to obey a court order.

Not good if it happens to you.

Know what you need to know to use it or avoid it!

For example, if a lawsuit is filed against you (You are defendant.) the summons that is served with the plaintiff's complaint will warn you to file a response within a certain number of days. If you fail to do so, the plaintiff may move the court for entry of a default judgment. If you don't know what to do then (or simply refuse to do anything) plaintiff will win without a fight!

Default judgments may be entered for other reasons, such as filing fraudulent pleadings or motions, wildly improper grounds, or failing to obey court orders. How to protect yourself from these kinds of default is also covered in this s class.

If you are plaintiff and your defendant fails to file a response to your complaint within the time limit stated in the summons, you may move for entry of a default judgment and win without a fight, if the defendant doesn't know how to get the default judgment set aside.

This class shows you how to obtain a default judgment against your opponent, how to defend yourself against your opponent's motions for default judgment, and how to set aside a default judgment if one is entered against you.

Why lose needlessly?

Sign up for this course now, before you lose by default!

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