Plaintiff Response to a Defendant Motion for Summary judgment. Claims including Breach of Contract, Unjust Enrichment and Emotion Distress. This response argues that there is a genuine issue of material fact that need to be determined by the trial of fact.
Plaintiff’s additional motion for one-day extension of time to file responses to defendant’s motion for summary judgement, motion for determination of law and motion for partial summary judgment as to the conduct of expert.
Defendant’s pursuant to C.R.C.P. 56, makes the following motion for summary judgement: pursuant to C.R.C.P 121, undersigned counsel certifies conferral with counsel for plaintiff who objects to the relief requested in this motion.
DEFENDANT’S COMBINED REPLY IN SUPPORT OF MOTIONS FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT, MOTION FOR DETERMINATION OF LAW, AND MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT AS TO THE CONDUCT
Defendant’s combined reply in support of motions for summary judgment, motion for determination of law, and motion for partial summary judgement as to the conduct of a person.
Defendants’ Joinder in Support of Defendants’ Names’ Motion for Summary Judgement and Request for Forthwith Ruling
DEFENDANTS’ JOINDER IN SUPPORT OF DEFENDANTS’ MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT AND REQUEST FOR FORTHWITH RULING.
RESPONSE TO PLAINTIFFS’ MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
PLAINTIFF’S RESPONSE TO MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT AND MOTION TO ACCEPT PUNITIVE DAMAGES AND OUTRAGEOUS CONDUCT CLAIM
PLAINTIFF EARLY MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT OF LIABILITY ON FIRST (CONSPIRACY TO MONOPOLIZE) CLAIM” and “PLAINTIFF’S OPENING BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF EARLY MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT OF LIABILITY ON FIRST (CONSPIRACY TO MONOPOLIZE) CLAIM
Response brief for a motion to summary judgment. Case involved an life insurance dispute and the right to benefits. One party filed a motion for summary judgement, we filed a response and the motion was denied and we won the trial.
Motion for Summary Judgement in Breach of Contract and Mechanics Lien case. Lawsuit filed by Contractor for payment for service performed and lien case.
Response to motion for summary judgement in employment discrimination case. Client is a police officer that was passed over for a promotion.
PROCEDURAL OBJECTION TO DEFENDANTS’ MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT DRAM SHOP