As expected, Wright-Pierce has filed a motion for judgement as a matter of law. This motion asks the court to rule in their favor because the evidence presented by Wolfeboro is insufficient, or in some cases because the alleged violation is not supported by NH law. The details are in the accompanying memorandum of law.
This is pretty deep legal stuff, and I have no idea as to the probability that the court will be convinced. I knew that something like this is pretty much standard procedure in a big trial, but Wright Pierce seems to have put a lot of effort into something that might otherwise be perfunctory and unlikely to produce a result.
At a minimum, Wolfeboro will have to burn some midnight oil to produce a suitable objection to the many arguments presented in the motion. And so it goes with the legal churn – the trial that keeps on giving.