WILSON v. CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA et al
||CITIZENS INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA and AUTO-OWNERS INSURANCE COMPANY
||June 11, 2013
||North Carolina Middle District Court
||JOI ELIZABETH PEAKE
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|Cause of Action:
||28:1332 Diversity-Insurance Contract
|Jury Demanded By:
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|October 17, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER signed by JUDGE CATHERINE C. EAGLES on 10/17/2014. ORDERED that: 1. The briefs filed by the plaintiff on file at ECF Docket 49 and ECF Docket 51 are stricken. 2. The plaintiff may file substitute response bri efs that comply with the Local Rules no later than October 24, 2014. 3. If such a brief is filed as to a defendant, that defendant may file a motion to strike and substitute, as set forth herein, within five business days of the filing of the plaintiff's substitute brief. 4. All parties are WARNED that further violations of the Local Rules may subject the litigant and counsel to appropriate sanctions. (Butler, Carol)
|February 13, 2015
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER signed by JUDGE CATHERINE C. EAGLES on 2/13/2015, ORDERED that: 1. Defendant Citizens Insurance Company of America's motion for summary judgment, (Doc. 39 ), is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART, as stated herein, and its motion to dismiss, (Doc. 39 ), is DENIED AS MOOT. 2. Defendant Auto-Owners Insurance Company's motion for summary judgment, (Doc. 41 ), is GRANTED, and its motion to dismiss, (Doc. 41 ), is DENIED AS MOOT. (Butler, Carol)
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