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The post below was published on Monday, December 20th, 2010 at 9:16 AM.

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Summary Judgment Standards

A trial court applied an incorrect standard on summary judgment when the court ruled that the facts “clearly and unequivocally” convinced it that legal malpractice had not occurred. So held the Second District in this decision, which pointed out that the trial court’s view of the weight of the evidence is immaterial at the summary judgment stage.

Remarkable? Not really, except that it makes me think back to this decision, which introduced the “de minimis” concept into summary judgment review.

















































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