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summary_opposition [2016/12/14 13:38]
Carlos Pedraza [Opposing Motions]
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 In the opposition documents, each side submitted new documents and evidence to bolster its claims, as well as objections to previously submitted evidence by opposing counsel in the case. The defense, for example, objected to testimony from the deposition of CBS senior vice president [[cbs_officials|John Van Citters]]. In the opposition documents, each side submitted new documents and evidence to bolster its claims, as well as objections to previously submitted evidence by opposing counsel in the case. The defense, for example, objected to testimony from the deposition of CBS senior vice president [[cbs_officials|John Van Citters]].
  
-[{{ ::​summary-timeline-2.png?​direct&​300|**THIS TIMELINE** lays out events for each side's motion for summary judgment ​scheduled for a hearing December 19 before ​Judge R. Gary Klausner. //Click the image to view full size.//}}]+[{{ ::​summary-timeline-2.png?​direct&​300|**THIS TIMELINE** lays out events for each side's motion for summary judgment ​to be decided by Judge R. Gary Klausner. //Click the image to view full size.//}}]
  
 The plaintiffs, for their part, moved to have Axanar surrogate Jonathan Lane, who covers fan productions for his blog, Fan Film Factor, disqualified as an expert witness, with his testimony consisting of hearsay. The plaintiffs, for their part, moved to have Axanar surrogate Jonathan Lane, who covers fan productions for his blog, Fan Film Factor, disqualified as an expert witness, with his testimony consisting of hearsay.