Here's what Rebecca has to say about her blog:
I’ve been working on a blog about dispositive motions at http://dispositively.com. It’s a blend of information I think may be useful for newer motion writers, along with things that I, as an attorney who handles appeals, hope motion writers think about when preparing motions.
I spend about half my time writing dispositive motions (motions for summary judgment, demurrers, motions for judgment on the pleadings, etc.), and the other half handling appeals. I have found that some of the details of dispositive motions can be confusing to those who don’t do these kinds of motions every day (they certainly confused me when I started out!). Also, some of the subtler issues—the kinds of things that get summary judgments overturned on appeal—are often not addressed in the practice guides. So I started jotting down my thoughts about the kinds of things that contribute to solid, well-supported motions, such as what makes a fact “material,” burdens of proof versus burdens of production, etc.
My hope for the website is to create a helpful reference site for anyone looking for information while preparing dispositive motions. I have started with motions for summary judgment, but I plan to discuss demurrers, motions for judgment on the pleadings, motions for nonsuit, etc. Right now it is California-based; I may expand to other jurisdictions at some point. Eventually I may compile the information on the site into a small published practice guide on dispositive motions.
So feel free to check it out at http://dispositively.com, and/or pass it on to anyone you think may find it of use. Thanks!