Speakers: Jordan S. Bolton, Esq., Clark Hill PLC, will moderate. Our presenters will be Joseph A. Doerr, Esq., Doerr Law Firm; Joseph K. Grekin, Esq., Schafer and Weiner, PLLC; Robert Sosin, Esq., Alspector Sosin & Noveck PLLC.
Course Description: Does your practice involve motions seeking appointment of a receiver; temporary, preliminary, or permanent injunctive relief in restrictive covenant or other contexts; or the pursuit of any other type of equitable relief? Business Court practitioners need to understand how such motions are handled in the business court and what can be done to position your client to obtain a favorable result.
A panel of experienced Business Court practitioners will provide their insights and the benefit of their collective experience to help you succeed in Business Court.
Honorable James M. Alexander and Honorable Wendy L. Potts
will attend to share their insights regarding practice
in Oakland County Business Court.
Topics of discussion will include:
The law underlying requests for equitable relief, including recent statutory amendments
Drafting tactics to improve your client's chances of success
Procedural tips and tricks to strengthen an argument in favor or opposition to such a request
$40.00 OCBA Members
$30.00 OCBA New Lawyers (P75866 and above), Paralegals and Students
$60.00 All Non-Members
At the door:
$50.00 OCBA Members
$40.00 OCBA New Lawyers (P75866 and above), Paralegals and Students
$75.00 All Non-Members
Pre-registration ends April 24, 2018.
Refunds will be given to registrants whose cancellations are received no less than two business days before the program begins. No refunds will be granted thereafter. Seminar coordinators cannot guarantee that seminar materials (or refreshments where applicable) will be available for those who have not registered and paid in advance.