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Very few civil cases in federal court actually go to trial. Most cases, whether they are proceeding pro se or with an attorney, are either settled or resolved by the judge’s order when one party makes a motion. If the case survives a defendant’s motion to dismiss or motion for summary judgment, the judge may set a trial date.
Counsel presented a Motion for Leave to File a Supplement To Schiff’s Opening Brief (hereafter, “Motion”). The Motion was denied by OTSC dated, September 25, 2007, and the Supplement To Schiff’s Opening Brief (hereafter, “Supplement”) would not be considered by the Court.
Discovery and for Sanctions (“Motion”) (ECF 136) filed by Plaintiff/Counter-Defendant Local Access, LLC (“Local Access”). I. FACTUAL BACKGROUND Local Access filed its Original Complaint on February 9, 2017. (ECF 1.) Peerless responded with a Motion to Dismiss on April 28, 2017 (ECF 14), which remained pending before
Dec 15, 2012 · Posted on Dec 15, 2012 You can file a written response to the Motion to Continue, calling it something like an "Objection" or "Opposition." This MAY prevent the Court from entering a continuance without a hearing. Either way, until the motion is granted, there is no continuance.
Larson Family v Snohomish County - Torrens Act - Response by Governor Inslee, Attorney General Ferguson, and Superior Court Judges to the Larson Family' Motion for Leave to Amend and Supplement their Complaint.
If the motion is denied, the court shall, after opportunity for hearing, require the moving party or the attorney advising the motion or both of them to pay to the party or deponent who opposed the motion the reasonable expenses incurred in opposing the motion, including attorney’s fees, unless the court finds that the making of the motion was substantially justified or that other circumstances make an award of expenses unjust.