Peoplessouth Bank v. Farmer & Malone, P.A.
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|June 6, 2012
OPINION AND ORDER that plaintiff PeoplesSouth Bank's 95 MOTION to Strike is granted as to PeoplesSouth Bank v. Farmer & Malone, civil action no. 1:11cv36-MHT, and this case will proceed nonjury. PeoplesSouth Bank v. North, civil action no. 1:11cv176-MHT, will still proceed with a jury. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 6/6/2012. (cc, )
|May 23, 2012
ORDER that 92 MOTION to Dismiss is granted; that Counts one, two, and three of the complaint in civil action no. 1:11cv176-MHT are dismissed; that Count six (for declaratory judgment) in the counterclaim in civil action no. 1:11cv176-MHT is d ismissed; that the following claims are left in this litigation: (1) Plaintiff PeoplesSouth Bank's claim against defendant Farmer & Malone, P.A., under the Alabama Legal Services Liability Act in civil action no. 1:11cv36-MHT; (2) Plaintiff Peop lesSouth Bank's guaranty claim against defendant Charles North in civil action no. 1:11cv176-MHT; (3) All of defendant Charles North's counterclaims, except count six, against plaintiff PeoplesSouthBank in civil action no. 1:11cv176-MHT. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 5/23/2012. (cc, )
|May 8, 2012
OPINION AND ORDER that plaintiff PeoplesSouth Bank's 70 motion for leave to amend its complaint is denied. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 5/8/2012. (cc, )
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