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The standard for filing a Motion for Summary Judgment is that there are no material disputes regarding any of the facts relevant to the statement, and that the moving party is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. In the context of a defamation action, that means producing undisputed evidence that the statements were either absolutely true or matters of your opinion. If the business is disputing the factual claims in your review, you unfortunately would probably not be able to get summary judgment. The judge isn't allowed to weigh evidence at this stage of the process. He can only look at your affidavit saying "Here's what happened," and theirs saying that it didn't.
Motions for Summary Judgment are unfortunately highly fact-specific, so there aren't any forms. You may be able to find some examples on the internet, but you would have to draft the motion yourself. It is something you can do by visiting a law library and looking for books on both defamation and summary judgment.
The way to show the veracity of evidence is to draft an affidavit, where you swear under oath as to the facts stated in your motion (related to the review), and that each piece of evidence is a true and accurate representation
of what it is supposed to be. If you had other people with you at the business, you can attach separate affidavits from each person. The company will be able to present their own, opposing affidavits.
In Summary Judgment, there is no jury. The jury's job is to determine the facts of what happened, and Summary Judgment is only allowed where there aren't any facts that need to be decided. So, you won't ever see the jury if you win, but the fact that you requested a jury doesn't mean that you can't file for Summary Judgment. If the motion is denied, you'll still get a jury trial
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