Denial of Summary Judgment: Ever Appealable?

Imagine you and your opposing counsel can stipulate to the facts in your case. You also agree that you win if the law is this and lose if the law is that. Both of you cross move for summary judgment. In a single order, the trial judge rules that your opponent has the better legal argument, denies your motion, and grants summary judgment against you. What may you appeal? Continue reading “Denial of Summary Judgment: Ever Appealable?”