Draft balanced office memoranda that analyze legal issues.
Draft letters advocating for a client objective.
Draft external memoranda that advocate for a result on a legal issue.
Our client, Emily Folly’s case was not resolved as a result of the Demand Letter.
Earlier, the landlord, Sherman Helmsley, sued our client, Emily Folly, in the District Court of Maryland for Prince
George’s County (Case No. 433445) pursuant to Md. Code Ann., Real Prop. § 8-402.1 for repossession of the
apartment asserting that Ms. Folly does not have a lease agreement. Alternatively, Mr. Helmsley asserts that
Ms. Folly is in breach of the lease for using the apartment for commercial purposes.
Ms. Folly is requesting that Attorney Ivy file a Motion to Dismiss the action in the District Court of Maryland for
Prince George’s County.
Attorney Ivy is considering filing a motion to dismiss the case against Ms. Folly, but has asked you to first draft
a Memorandum of Law in support of filing a motion to dismiss. Note: you are drafting a memorandum in
support of filing a motion to dismiss, not drafting the actual motion to dismiss.
Draft a Memorandum of Law that supports a Motion to Dismiss under Md. Rule 3-311.
Use the cases and statutes in the LEGAL RESOURCES FOR PROJECTS in MAJOR PROJECTS
INFORMATION in Content. Also, use Md. Rule 3-311 to support a dismissal of the repossession action.
The Memorandum of Law should thoroughly explain the law and cases that support Folly’s request for a
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