The successor law firm has now reserved a second Motion For Summary Judgment to be heard within a week of the mandatory settlement conference and within 40 days of the start of the jury trial on this $12,500 case. I will oppose this new motion for summary judgment as I opposed the first. Why would a collection agency spend this kind of money on a $12,500 case? Why would they pay a second law firm to file and argue a second MSJ? When is it procedurally correct to file my 9 motions in limine to prevent exhibits used during my recent deposition from being introduced to the jury at trial? Why are these defendants willing to try this case before a jury instead of offering a reasonable settlement?