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Default Judgments

Default Judgments

Defeated by Default

Why Lose Without Trying

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Why Lose If You Don't Have To?

This class explains default judgments.

How to get one and how to defend against them.

Judges try to get cases off their calendars quickly.

So, judges gladly enter default judgments if plaintiff or defendant fails to meet a deadline or refuses to obey a court order.

Not good if it happens to you!

This class shows how to move for default, how to defend against opponent's motions, and how to move the court for an order setting aside a default, if one is entered against you.

Sample forms with easy explanations included.

Includes

Winning is Easy
Know the facts you must prove.
State the facts in your pleadings.
Prove the facts with discovery.
Move the court for judgment.
This Course Shows How

  • What Triggers Defaults
  • When and How to File Motion for Default
  • Clerk's Default v Default Judgment
  • Motion to Set Aside a Default
  • What is Excusable Neglect
  • Reasonable Likelihood of Winning if Default Set Aside
  • Quiz
  • Conclusion
 

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