Robert B. Hille, a partner in the firm’s Healthcare and Litigation Departments, will be a panelist for a live webinar on “The Latest on Motions in Limine,” which will be presented on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 from 9:00am – 10:40am by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education.
Motions in limine are a tool used by the parties to focus the issues of a case before a trial begins. At times, these motions are also used during trial to avoid the jury hearing prejudicial testimony. This timely seminar will bring practitioners up to date on the recent rule change to Rule 4:25-8 and will also discuss best practices involving in limine motions, in light of the Rule change.
The program agenda will cover the following topics:
- The definition of motion in limine
- The 2020 rule change and its impact on practice
- Timing considerations for filing
- Are all in limine motions filed before trial?
- Are filing of motions in limine mandatory?
- May an application be considered during trial?
- Content and filing requirements for the motion
- Strategies for filing
- How the Court reacts to the filing of an in limine motion
- Differences between motions in limine in state and federal court
Mr. Hille focuses his practice in the areas of insurance and healthcare law. He has extensive trial experience and has litigated a number of insurance defense and coverage, healthcare, professional liability defense, fraud and abuse, and regulatory matters. His experience also encompasses the representation of clients in response to state and federal white collar investigations, including those involving allegations and charges of healthcare fraud and abuse and the procurement of fraudulent payments from government entities. Mr. Hille is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney.
Registration and additional details at: The Latest on Motions in Limine