Seventh Circuit Explains Non-Moving Party's Burden in Opposing "Somewhat Tricky" Summary Judgment Argument

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In a recent opinion, the Seventh Circuit noted parties served with summary judgment motions often misconceive what is required of them to effectively oppose the motion, and "such misunderstandings can have harsh consequences for litigants."

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