Frye et al v. Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company et al
||Dee Frye and Lanhui Frye
||Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and Auto-Owners Insurance Co
||February 20, 2013
||Indiana Northern District Court
||South Bend Office
||XX US, Outside State
||Christopher A Nuechterlein
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||28:1441 Petition for Removal- Insurance Contract
|Jury Demanded By:
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|March 31, 2014
OPINION AND ORDER ; DENYING WITHOUT PREJUDICE 32 Motion for Summary Judgment with leave to refile within 30 days of the date of this order; GRANTING IN PART and DENYING IN PART 47 Motion for Extension of Time to File Response/Reply; the Motion for Partial Summary Judgment 48 and the Alternative Motion for Summary Judgment 50 REMAIN PENDING. Signed by Judge Rudy Lozano on 3/31/14. (smp)
|February 4, 2015
OPINION AND ORDER: DENYING 48 MOTION for Partial Summary Judgment filed by Plaintiffs; DENYING 50 MOTION for Partial Summary Judgment ALTERNATIVE MOTION filed by Plaintiffs; GRANTING 72 Supplemental MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company; GRANTING 74 STIPULATION to Dismiss Breach of Duty of Good Faith Claim Against Nationwide filed by Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company; GRANTING 86 STIPULATION to Dismiss filed by Auto-Owners Insurance Co. Defendant Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company is DISMISSED from this case. Signed by Judge Rudy Lozano on 2/4/15. (jld)
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