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But the Court's Order Says There Is "No Just Reason for Delay" ...

July 2017 - DRI's Certworthy
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by Susan Audey and Chad M. Eggspuehler, published in DRI's Certworthy

It’s a good day. You received an order from the district court granting your motion for summary judgment and all the claims asserted against your client have been dismissed. You know claims remain against other parties, but all claims asserted against your client have been dismissed and the judge certified the summary judgment order as final by finding “no just reason for delay.” Good, you think, the 30-day clock for appeal starts to run and if the losing party does not appeal in that time, case over – or so you think.

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