Ken Martin to Teach Seminar on Civil Procedure

25 Nov 2010 – On December 3, 2010, Ken Martin will participate in giving a day-long seminar in San Luis Obispo entitled “The Mechanics of California Civil Procedure” for the National Business Institute. Mr. Martin will focus on law and motion matters, including researching and writing persuasive motions, preparing for effective oral arguments, opposing motions, and requesting ex parte relief. The seminar is aimed at providing a comprehensive overview of civil court procedure for attorneys, paralegals and litigation support specialists, and provides 6 hours of continuing legal education credit. For more information, or to register for the seminar, visit the National Business Institute website.

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