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An opposing motion is a motion made seeking to have the request made in the opposing partys prior motion denied. The opposing motion will attempt to persuade in favor of the prior motions denial by means of factual and legal arguments, and may supply supporting documents, affidavits, or other evidence.
8 Tips for Dealing with Difficult Opposing Counsel Point out Common Ground. Dont be Afraid to Ask Why. Separate the Person from the Problem. Focus on your Interests. Dont Fall for your Assumptions. Take a Calculated Approach. Control the Conversation by Reframing. Pick up the Phone.
Under the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct, attorneys cant represent clients if they have a marital or familial relationship with opposing counsel unless they get informed consent in writing from their client.
Definitions of opposing counsel lawyers representing the other side (the opponents) in a dispute.
An adverse party is the other side of a lawsuit, the opposite party, one with opposing interests. If there are numerous parties and claims, parties may be in agreement on some matters and adverse on some issues. For example, the adverse party for a defendant is the plaintiff.
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If one party to a case has filed a motion with the court, the other side can file an opposition. An opposition is a written statement explaining to the judge why the other side is not entitled to whatever he is asking for in his motion. It is your opportunity to oppose the other sides request.
8 Tips for Dealing with Difficult Opposing Counsel Point out Common Ground. Dont be Afraid to Ask Why. Separate the Person from the Problem. Focus on your Interests. Dont Fall for your Assumptions. Take a Calculated Approach. Control the Conversation by Reframing. Pick up the Phone.
8 Tips for Dealing with Difficult Opposing Counsel Point out Common Ground. Dont be Afraid to Ask Why. Separate the Person from the Problem. Focus on your Interests. Dont Fall for your Assumptions. Take a Calculated Approach. Control the Conversation by Reframing. Pick up the Phone.
Under the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct, attorneys cant represent clients if they have a marital or familial relationship with opposing counsel unless they get informed consent in writing from their client.
/ (əˈpəʊz) / verb. (tr) to fight against, counter, or resist strongly. (tr) to be hostile or antagonistic to; be against. (tr) to place or set in opposition; contrast or counterbalance.

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