Harris v. Panther City Hauling, Inc. et al
||Joseph Mazza, Panther City Hauling, Inc. and Perry Ridge Landfill, Inc.
||Seth D Harris
||April 5, 2013
||Illinois Southern District Court
||East St. Louis Office
||Michael J. Reagan
||Donald G. Wilkerson
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||29:651 Occupational Safety/Health
|Jury Demanded By:
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|January 3, 2014
ORDER re 29 Discovery Dispute Conference. The Court notes that Plaintiff has submitted supplemental briefing regarding document 11. An order regarding document 11 will be issued in a seperate docket entry. Signed by Magistrate Judge Donald G. Wilkerson on 1/3/2014. (jdp)
|June 25, 2014
ORDER denying 43 Motion for Summary Judgment filed by Seth D. Harris and 54 Motion to Strike filed by Perry Ridge Landfill, Inc. and Joseph Mazza: For the reasons thoroughly articulated in the attached Memorandum and Order, the Court DENIES th e motion to strike filed by Defendant Perry Ridge and Defendant Mazza (Doc. 54) and DENIES the motion for summary judgment filed by Plaintiff (Doc. 43). As noted on page 1 of the 24-page Order, Clerk's Office to substitute Thomas E. Perez in pl ace of Seth D. Harris as Plaintiff, Secretary of Labor. Still pending before the Court, to be addressed by subsequent, separate Order, are motions for summary judgment filed by Defendants Perry Ridge and Mazza. See Order for details. Signed by Judge Michael J. Reagan on 6/25/14. (soh )
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