- Attorney: Henry M. Quillian III
Henry M. Quillian III discusses the court systems in Georgia.
Henry M. Quillian III and Natalie M. Mark address jury verdicts in states that don't require a unanimous jury verdict for anyone who practices in other jurisdictions or represents clients who litigate in other jurisdictions.
Henry M. Quillian III covers the ins and outs, limitations and benefits, as well as the strategies of 30(b)(6) depositions. Listen as Henry demystifies the most popular questions surrounding depositions including: Who can testify in a deposition? Who can attend depositions? How long will depositions last? How do you prepare for a deposition? How are deposition topics defined?
While litigators may believe themselves to be immortal, it may not surprise them that the litigants are mere humans. Sometimes, a party litigant dies during the time the lawsuit is ongoing. What forms of chaos does this cause to the litigation other than the obvious loss of testimony? What at the remedies and who is responsible for initiating them? Henry M. Quillian III and David A. Weisz discuss one problem that can occur and some of the rules involved at the Federal and State levels.
Arbitration is a matter of contract. The parties to an arbitration agreement have great control over when, where, how and before whom arbitration will be carried out. Henry M. Quillian explains that decisions made at the time of negotiating the contract containing the arbitration clause can make a tremendous difference in the arbitration itself, and whether your client will be happy with the process or hate you for failing to draft a well-conceived clause.
Henry M. Quillian III discusses Motions to Dismiss and to Strike under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. He examines sample orders about purportedly alleged corporate malfeasance and male enhancement supplements. Watch to grasp a sense of the power of a motion to dismiss to get rid of a case at the trial stage, especially in Federal Court.
This Litigation Fundamentals video examines what a motion to dismiss is, when it may be appropriate in response to a Complaint, when it must be filed, whether it will be a waste of time and what dangers reside in filing an incomplete motion to dismiss. Every client wants one and believes they should win -- Do you? Should you? These are more than just words. Listen as Henry M. Quillian discusses this topic with experienced litigators and paralegals.
A litigation tutorial designed to walk through the Rules of Civil Procedure, including the why’s and wherefore of the many forms lawyers and paralegals must use. Here, we talk about “Starting a Lawsuit in State and Superior Court” as an opportunity to decide upon and promulgate best practices in our everyday practice for paralegals and attorneys.
Bill Leonard and Don Boyle will dig into the analysis of Res Judicata especially as impacted by Coen v. CDC Software Corporation decided in late June by the Georgia Supreme Court. Just when you thought it was simple, hear how complicated it can actually be when the fact situations Henry Quillian came up with are considered.
David Forestner shares some of his most important tips concerning what you need to know to help your clients get the most out of their insurance policies while staying out of trouble yourself. This topic covers the duty to determine existence of insurance coverage, the importance of choice of law in litigating insurance issues and insurance in the M&A context.
Henry M. Quillian III analyzes a contingency fee agreement regarding litigation in his Litigation Fundamentals video, "Analyzing and Crafting a Contingency Fee Agreement."
Attorneys Henry M. Quillian III and Don Boyle discuss a variety of important topics including: 1) what happens when your trial transcript gets lost or destroyed, 2) the importance of the opportunity to both open and close, including when you have counterclaims and 3) recent cases by the Georgia Supreme Court on (a) appellate jurisdiction, (b) statutory interpretation and (c) stare decisis.
In this Litigation Fundamentals with Henry M. Quillian III, best practices in eDiscovery are discussed. Britt Willingham (Consultant with Envision Discovery) presents an overview of things to think about and to implement to avoid making mistakes in eDiscovery, and tools of the trade (updated to 2017) to make it more efficient.
In this Litigation Fundamentals with Henry M. Quillian III, Mr. Quillian speaks on the topic "Proof of Reasonable and Necessary Attorneys' Fees and Expenses."
In this Litigation Fundamentals with Henry M. Quillian III, John K. Rezac leads the discussion on the impact of bankruptcy law on litigation, including the scope of the automatic stay, the power of trustees to upset pre-bankruptcy settlement agreements, tolling of limitation periods and risks faced by attorneys and other professionals providing services prior to and following a client's bankruptcy case.
Jay Bland, VP of Sales and Marketing presents the PeachCourt system and basic training.
In this segment of Henry M. Quillian III's Litigation Fundamentals, guest speaker RoseAnn Annesi speaks on the topic, "Don’t Get a Blank Page and a Big Bill: Getting What You Pay for and Need from Court Reporters."
Henry M. Quillian III focuses on the very preliminary stages of a lawsuit after it has been properly commenced, also known as the Rule 26(f) conference, which leads to the Rule 16(b) planning conference and order.
Henry M. Quillian III discusses how to use mediation as a tool in the midst of litigation or before litigation gets commenced. One topic touched on will be mediation confidentiality, particularly in connection with Advisory Opinion No. 8. Also discussed are topics on strategically using mediation to keep settlement discussions super secret, and things to think about when planning to pursue mediation.
Henry M. Quillian III focuses on Initial Disclosures and discusses avoiding difficulties at the trial when you want to produce evidence, but can’t.
Henry M. Quillian III continues the discussion on the topic of federal rules of civil procedure. When the plaintiff has filed a lawsuit and the defendant has filed a motion in response to the lawsuit, what should the plaintiff and defendant be doing during the time the motion is pending? Watch the video to learn more about responding to preliminary motions in federal court.
Henry M. Quillian III discusses the topic, "Motions for Summary Judgment: Standards, Evidentiary Support, Procedures, Presentation and Purposes."
Henry M. Quillian III discusses how to deal with the unexpected at trial in this edition of Litigation Fundamentals with Henry Quillian.
Henry M. Quillian III discusses federal practice, while using the Northern District of Georgia as the "home base," and speaks about Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the anomalies we have seen amongst us across the country in various federal courts.
Henry M. Quillian III discusses Voir Dire and the process by which a jury is obtained for a civil jury trial.
Henry M. Quillian III reviews techniques and advice for maintaining the court reporter's record so that you can utilize it throughout the litigation.
When in doubt, read the rules. In this Litigation Fundamentals segment, Henry M. Quillian III concentrates on some of the distinctions between going under the civil practice act and operating in the federal courts under the federal rules of civil procedure both with respect to local rules and with respect to federal rules of civil procedure versus the civil practice act. This is with the goal of not making mistakes in one court or another based on the presumption that something is the same when in fact it is not, and sometimes you have very material differences in the outcome. Donald P. Boyle Jr. makes a guest appearance on the issue of restrictions on amendment to pleadings.