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attorney made statements in a memo in opposition of motion to dismiss case.
But an response implies I have the ability to file one. Without going into details of the case, at this point no more responses are permitted, at least as part of the normal process. Would there be alternative options to highlight the falseties to the court? or this would be left to be brought up at the oral hearing? but, given the time constraints then, it's unlikely the judge would allow for a fine tooth comb nitpicking on the details the opposing party was incorrect in (which again, it isn't anything necessarily gravely incorrectly, but as it's written by the attorney to support his argument, unless the judge verifies it against the affidavit, he might presume to be 'true' (since it was stated as such)).