The first in a series of articles from the State Bar of Montana’s Technology Committee aimed at helping lawyers understand their ethical responsibilities under the Montana Rules of Civil Procedure regarding electronically stored information and technology.

Summary judgment is a pretrial ruling by the court that can dispose of all or some of the issues in a case.  There must not be any fact issues, and the law that applies must favor the party asking for the summary ruling.  The recent Woods summary judgment decision is a good example of the Court…

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