Okiemom Posted November 16, 2019 Report Share Posted November 16, 2019 I filed my motion to compel arbitration the morning of Nov. 4th in person with the court. That same day, in the mail, I received a copy of opposing counsel's motion for summary judgment that was mailed out on October 31st and which was filed with the court on Nov. 7th. I was not aware of the MSJ coming in when I prepared or filed my MTC, with order for judge. As my MTC was filed with the court before opposing counsel's MSJ (though their motion was prepared and mailed out first), would their MSJ even be considered or looked at by the judge before mine? This might sound like a stupid question, but do I need to file a response to the MSJ since my MTC was filed first? I am in Oklahoma. Basically their MSJ just states. Plaintiff's exhibits address each and every element of its claim. With all the elements of its claim proven, and no defenses at issue, there are no issues of material fact remaining. Therefore plaintiff is entitled to summary judgment. Thank you in advance for any help. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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