Your avenue to appeal summary judgment was in 2011, and a rehearing based on fraudulent evidence of the Plaintiff probably expired in late 2012.
Summary judgment is not about overwhelming evidence. It is about establishing that a question of fact exists that is material to the action. You as the respondent in most cases cannot win a case through plaintiff's motion for summary judgment. The judge should have in his ruling identified what was reviewed and the basis for his/her ruling.
I don't have the benefit of seeing what the summary judgment brief stated and what your response stated. So, I am guessing as to what may have happened. But, in order for the judge to find for the plaintiff he must assume your evidence presented with your opposition memorandum was factual and in the best light for you,. The judge ruled that assuming your evidence was factual and viewed in your favor you still have no legal basis to win. OR in the alternative your evidence was not proper either in form, or in content so it was not considered. I also suspect you did not ask for oral argument on your summary judgment response. In either case you need to read the judges ruling to see what happened.
It is not mandatory that a hearing is held for summary judgment and it is quite possible the judge ruled without holding a hearing. You should look at the court's docket to see if a summary judgment hearing was held.
At this point you will need to engage local counsel to review what happened. After 2 years however, most of you legal avenues to contest the ruling are gone.
I am truly sorry this has happened to you. This is why it is highly recommended that an attorney is hired to protect your rights.
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