Osburn v. Panetta et al
||Leon E. Panetta and Timothy Tarver
||April 17, 2012
||Alabama Middle District Court
||Myron H. Thompson
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|September 15, 2014
OPINION AND ORDER directing that the motion for summary judgment (Doc. No. 131 ) filed by defendant Chuck Hagel, in his capacity of Secretary of the Department of Defense, is denied in all respects except as to plaintiff Sharon Osburn's claim of retaliatory opposition to her request for worker's compensation; the court reserves ruling at this time on this claim of retaliatory opposition to plaintiff Osburn's request for worker's compensation; further ORDERED that the retaliatory constructive-discharge claim is dismissed as abandoned. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 9/15/14. (scn, )
|September 8, 2014
ORDER directing that, upon consideration of the parties' motions in limine (Doc. Nos. 168 , 177 , 178 , & 179 ), motion to strike (Doc. No. 169 ), and objections (Doc. Nos. 170 , 171 , & 180 ), it is ORDERED that counsel for all parties are to do the following: (1) Meet, in person, by no later than September 11, 2014, to attempt to resolve the motions and objections; and (2) File a jointly prepared report by September 16, 2014,(a) as to which issues in the motions and objections are resolved and which ones remain unresolved and (b), for each and every unresolved issue, setting forth in detail the position of each side. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 9/8/14. (scn, )
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