This task involves the process of preparing for the examination and cross-examination of non-expert witnesses.
This task involves the process of preparing for the examination and cross-examination of expert witnesses.
This category encompasses the development, response, and argumentation of written motions during trial preparation and the trial itself. It includes motions to strike proposed evidence. Additionally, it covers the creation of other written pre-trial and trial filings, such as jury instructions, witness lists, proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law, and trial briefs.
This task covers all remaining time dedicated to trial preparation and support, which includes formulating the overall trial strategy, preparing opening and closing arguments, setting up an off-site support office, selecting documents for use during the trial, and creating demonstrative materials, among other related activities.
This task involves attending trial sessions, hearings, and court-mandated conferences, including the pre-trial conferences focused on preparing for the trial. For scheduling conferences that are designated as "Pre-Trial Conferences" but not specifically aimed at conducting the trial, use Task L230.
This category includes all tasks related to developing, responding to, and arguing post-verdict matters in the trial court. These may involve motions for a new trial or judgment notwithstanding the verdict (JNOV), motions for a stay pending appeal, bills of costs, and requests for attorney's fees.
This task encompasses all the work carried out in enforcing and collecting judgments, as well as addressing any defenses raised in response to these enforcement efforts.
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