Phase 4: Motion Practice

Through motions (i.e. pleadings filed with the court asking for relief such as dismissal, summary judgment, positive relief in your favor, etc.), a case may be more quickly disposed of, particularly if there are truly no genuine issues of facts or law. Again, we cannot help but state that we too often see opposing counsel and their clients trying to "make something out of nothing." Fortunately, our extensive use of computers at our office allows us to access CD-Rom case law, Internet resource libraries throughout the world, statutory databases and other relevant research assets which may supplement the information we have developed through discovery or through our joint efforts and, thus, allows us to professionally and more inexpensively seek a favorable disposition of your case prior to trial.​