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In Federal Civil Court where the Judge has entered an Order

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In Federal Civil Court where the Judge has entered an Order To Show Cause why a complaint shouldn't be stricken pursuant to Defense Motion, is there a specific Motion or language in the response that should be used to Object to an Order to Strike that preserves the right to Appeal?

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There is no specific language required in order to preserve the right to appeal. What most people would file would be an Objection and Response to Motion to Strike and submit any evidence you have as well as any case law that supports your point inside that response or, if the case law is very long, in a brief accompanying the motion.

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