What is an Opposition To A Motion To Dismiss?

An opposition to a motion to dismiss requests that the court find the pleading at issue to be sufficient. An opposition to a motion to dismiss must show the court that the pleading at issue is legally sufficient, or may be amended, and therefore should not be dismissed. A motion to dismiss is confined to the four corners of the complaint, or other pleading at issue, so legal arguments, and not evidence, are presented in both the moving and opposing papers.

Dismiss Oppositions

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