On the fourth day of Christmas, a lawyer was talking to us.

When the Court makes a ruling against a plaintiff party for not prevailing in her or his opposition to defendant's civil motion for summary judgment, the plaintiff may have some sort of reason based on excusable error, neglect, surprise, or a massive but survivable heart attack only weeks before the hearing to have the judgment set aside.

That's enough to said about that.

On the Third Day of Christmas...


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