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The evidence in this civil case leans heavily in Plaintiff's favor. At what point can they submit a Motion for Summary Judgment and what is the likelihood of it being granted in federal court?
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Ok. How soon after discovery can a summary judgment filed?
Please see Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 56 (b).
(b) Time to File a Motion. Unless a different time is set by local rule or the court orders otherwise, a party may file a motion for summary judgment at any time until 30 days after the close of all discovery.
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