Dynamics Research Corporation v. Cempro Technology, LLC et al (JC) (MAG+)

Case Number: 2:2005cv00340
Filed: April 12, 2005
Court: Alabama Middle District Court
Office: Montgomery Office
Referring Judge: Delores R. Boyd
Presiding Judge: Mark E. Fuller
Nature of Suit: Contract: Other
Cause of Action: 28:1346 Breach of Contract
Jury Demanded By: None

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April 25, 2005 35 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDERED as follows: (1) the 4 Motion for preliminary injunction is DENIED; (2) the hearing on the motion for preliminary injunction scheduled for 4/28/05 is CANCELLED; (3) the 12 and 33 motions to stay proceedings, a determination of whether th e Air Force is an indispensable party under Rule 19 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure is premature; (4) the 10 Motion for Leave to Conduct Depositions before the Parties' Discovery Conference filed by plaintiff is DENIED. The parties ar e hereby advised that the court will consider any future appropriate requests for injunction relief if filed as the need arises. Signed by Judge Mark E. Fuller on 4/25/05. (sl, ) Modified on 4/25/2005 to enter additional text. When originally docketing this Order, there was a technical error which prevented completion of docket text. (sl, ).

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