Recent Examples of summary judgment from the Web
On Friday, a New York federal judge partially granted summary judgment to those seeking to free it from the grips of a publisher.
In addition to responding to the plaintiffs’ recent motion for summary judgment -- a ruling in their favor without a trial -- the NCAA and the conferences argued that the cases should be thrown out.
The judge declined to get into the fraud allegations on the summary judgment motion, saying that would require a trial to resolve.
Following the trial that resulted from the Engelhardts' lawsuit, Circuit Court Judge J. Mac Davis ruled against the city of New Berlin, which had sought a summary judgment based on its claim of immunity.
The other, Xing Ying Employment Agency, which ran discriminatory advertisements, remains in business but is awaiting a summary judgment in which the judge makes a decision based upon the law alone.
Defense attorneys asked for summary judgment in their favor, arguing that Donovan had failed to identify a liability expert on the issue of whether the store was negligent.
The court granted summary judgment to Thompson, depriving Salazar-Limon of the opportunity to present his case to a jury.
Other colleges skip hearings altogether, issuing summary judgments after an investigation.
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