Pennsylvania Civil Procedure: A Primer
November 1 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
PBI Simulcast CLE – Compliance with rules of procedure is a cause of anxiety for lawyers—especially for lawyers new to practice in Pennsylvania.
What is a Praecipe?
What are preliminary objections?
What is a Prothonotary?
Civil procedure in Pennsylvania’s state court system – questions, rules, and processes—are the focus of this new course designed especially for practitioners new to the Commonwealth. Even the most experienced will pick up valuable tips!
A panel of experienced civil litigators cover major topics and guide attendees on finding answers to procedural issues.
- Court Structure
- County Specific Practices
- Commencement of Action by Writ of Summons
- Compulsory Arbitration
Co-sponsored with the PBA Civil Litigation Section and Large Law Firm Committee. PBA members save: Contact PBI’s customer experience team to receive a 25% discount for PBA members. Phone: 1-800-932-4637 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.