Utah Court of Appeals: There's No Such Thing as Summary Judgment Without Prejudice
“ShipEx was simply wrong to assert that the court could grant summary judgment without prejudice based on an application of the factors in rule 41(b), and it led the court to adopt this error,” said Judge David N. Mortensen. “Because summary judgment is by nature an adjudication on the merits and with prejudice, the district court erred in characterizing it otherwise.”
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