It means that whichever party moved for summary judgment, the decision was favorable to them. It is unlikely the party that won the motion would want to appeal it but either party can appeal an adverse decision.
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Whoever moved for summary judgment won. So if the plaintiff moved for summary judgment on liability and won, then plaintiff has liability over defendant and interest begins to run at 9% per year until a jury verdict is returned. The defendant could appeal this decision.
If the defendant moved for summary judgment, then the case is over as to that defendant. Plaintiff and any other co-defendant, if any can appeal the decision if there is a basis for the appeal or to preserve the respective party's rights.
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