Partner John McNichols has co-authored the article “What Evidence Can You Use at Summary Judgment?” for the American Bar Association along with former Williams & Connolly associate Kristen DeWilde. The article discusses the evidentiary standards considered on summary judgment as opposed to the standards applicable at trial. It provides a brief overview of what practitioners should know to give themselves—and their clients—the best chance to prevail at the summary judgment stage.
John focuses his practice in trial litigation, with emphasis in trade secret disputes involving technology companies. John is an Adjunct Professor of Evidence at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University, and an Associate Editor of Litigation News, where he writes the quarterly column on technology and the law.
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