56.1 Summary Judgment

(a) Memorandum in Support

A memorandum in support of a summary judgment motion shall incorporate a short and concise statement of material facts, supported by appropriate record citations, as to which the moving party contends there is no genuine issue to be tried.

(b) Memorandum in Opposition

A memorandum in opposition to a summary judgment motion shall incorporate a short and concise statement of material facts, supported by appropriate record citations, as to which the adverse party contends a genuine dispute exists so as to require a trial. All properly supported material facts set forth in the moving party's factual statement may be deemed admitted unless properly opposed by the adverse party.

History

(Formerly L.R. 7.2(b), renumbered to 56.1, § (b) amended 12/1/13)