This task involves the entire process of developing (including researching, drafting, editing, and filing) and reviewing complaints, answers, counter-claims, and third-party complaints. It also encompasses motions related to pleadings, such as motions to dismiss, motions to strike, and jurisdictional motions.

This task involves strategizing for the appropriate remedies, preparing motions, affidavits, and briefs, reviewing the opponent's legal documents, getting ready for and attending court hearings, preparing witnesses for the hearings, and implementing the chosen remedy.

This task entails getting ready for and participating in hearings and conferences mandated by court orders or procedural rules (including Rule 16 sessions), excluding settlement conferences (L160).

This task involves formulating and discussing strategies for either supporting or opposing motions for judgment on the pleadings and motions for complete or partial summary judgment. It includes preparing necessary legal documents, reviewing the opponent's submissions, handling defensive motions (such as motions to strike affidavit testimony or Rule 56(f) motions), and making preparations for the hearing attendance.

This task encompasses the process of creating, responding to, and presenting all motions, excluding dispositive motions (L240), pleadings (L210), and discovery-related motions (L350). These other motions may include requests to consolidate, bifurcate, remand, stay, compel arbitration, seek MDL treatment, and request a change of venue.

This category covers proceedings that are distinctive to class action litigation and derivative suits, including class certification and notice-related matters.


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