(c) Motion and Proceedings. The adverse party to a summary judgment motion may file and serve opposing affidavits, memoranda of law, or other documentation not later than 14 calendar days before the hearing. Rebuttal documents are due 7 calendar days before the hearing. If the date for filing either the response or rebuttal falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, then it shall be filed and served not later than the nearest previous day in which court is in session.
(i) Notice to Pro Se Litigants Opposing Summary Judgment. Any represented party moving for summary judgment against a party proceeding pro se at the time the summary judgment motion was filed shall serve and file as a notice entitled "What is a Summary Judgment Motion? Notice for Parties Who Do Not Have a Lawyer" with the papers in support of the motion. This notice shall be on a form approved by the court and available on the court’s web site. The represented party shall also serve a copy of CR 56 and LCR 56
[Amended effective September 1, 1994; September 1, 2010; September 1, 2017; September 1, 2018.]