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. Our panel are some of New Jersey’s finest Judges and civil litigators, some members of the Supreme Court Committee on Civil Practice, who were instrumental in the proposal of the amendment to the Rule. Join us to gain a better understanding of the purpose and strategy behind the use of in limine motions and how to effectively bring in limine motions in the cases you are handling.
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