An argument that a summary-judgment motion was granted prematurely failed when:

“[T]he response did not ‘identify specific facts below that would alter the district court’s analysis’ or in any way /demonstrate . . . how the additional discovery would likely create a genuine [dispute] of material fact.’ Rather, it simply asserted that ‘no depositions have been held, nor have interrogatories, requests for admission, nor requests for documents been exchanged between the parties’ and that the ‘defendant has repeatedly failed to provide evidence of its allegations despite numerous opportunities to do so.’”

MDK v. Proplant, No.21-20207(Feb. 9, 2022) (mem. op.).

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