Fidelity National Title Insurance Company v. Wooden et al
||Fidelity National Title Insurance Company
||Tracy C. Wooden, Kristi Wooden, Smartbank and Smartfinancial, Inc.
||May 23, 2016
||US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama
||XX US, Outside State
||Harwell G Davis
|Nature of Suit:
||All Other Real Property
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|January 11, 2019
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER consistent with this opinion, Smartbank's motion 116 and the Woodens' motions for summary judgment, 114 , 115 , are DENIED. Fidelity's motion, 112 , is GRANTED solely as to the Woodens' bad faith claim. Accordingly, the Woodens' bad faith claim, Court III is DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. Fidelity's Motion to Strike the testimony of T. Boice Turner, Jr., 64 is MOOT in light of Smartbank's failure to use Turner's testimony in i ts motion for summary judgment. Pretrial Conference is RESCHEDULED for 1/29/2019 at 8:00 AM; Jury Trial on the remaining claims will proceed on 2/25/2019 at 9:00 AM; BOTH in the US Post Office & Courthouse, Decatur, AL before Judge Abdul K Kallon. Signed by Judge Abdul K Kallon on 1/11/2019. (AFS)
|May 23, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION and ORDER GRANTING 31 Smartbank's motion to dismiss the claims against it as to Count III, which is DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE, and DENIED as to Counts IV and V ; Smartbank's motion for extension of time to file its initial disclosures, 46 , is MOOT. Signed by Judge Abdul K Kallon on 05/23/2017. (KBB)
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