Webster et al v. Ameritas Investment Corporation et al
||Patricia B. Webster and William L. Thorp Revocable Trust
||Ameritas Investment Corporation, Unifi Mutual Holding Company, Ameritas Holding Company, Ameritas Life Insurance Corporation and Stewart S. King
||November 10, 2011
||North Carolina Eastern District Court
||Eastern Division Office
||James C. Dever
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|September 19, 2012
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 22 Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim. Signed by Chief Judge James C. Dever III on 9/19/2012. (Sawyer, D.)
|September 30, 2014
ORDER granting 51 Corrected Motion for Summary Judgment, granting 60 Motion to Strike Plaintiffs' Errata Sheet, dismissing as moot 64 Motion to Compel Production or Inspection of Documents Responsive to the Subpoena Served on W ilson & Ratledge, PLLC and Thomas J. Wilson and to Answer Deposition Questions, dismissing as moot 66 Motion to Strike Plaintiffs' Rebuttal and Supplemental Expert Reports and to Exclude Expert Testimony, and dismissing as moot [74 ] Motion to Strike Defendants Expert Reports and Exclude Expert Testimony - The court GRANTS summary judgment to defendants UNIFI and AHC and DISMISSES them as defendants. The court GRANTS summary judgment for the remaining defendants on all claims. The court GRANTS defendants' motion to strike plaintiffs' errata sheet. In light of the disposition of the motion for summary judgment, the court DISMISSES as moot the parties' pending motions to strike expert testimony and defendants' motion to compel. Signed by Chief Judge James C. Dever III on 9/30/2014. (Tripp, S.) Modified on 9/30/2014 to correct typographical error. (Tripp, S.).
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