Summary Judgment 101: Movants, Make Sure Your Evidence Is In ‘Admissible Form’

JD Supra posted a blog on Feb. 8 with the following takeaway: Affidavits must be signed and properly notarized; deposition transcripts must be certified by a court reporter and signed by the deponent; a proper foundation must be laid for each record relied upon in the motion, especially business and medical records; and, importantly, hearsay statements must be qualified for the court’s consideration under one of the many hearsay exceptions.  

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