The Northern Assurance Company of America v. Bayside Marine Construction, Inc. et al
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|January 29, 2009
Order granting 45 MOTION to Compel filed by The Northern Assurance Company of America. The Court DIRECTS Defendant BMC to provide complete responses to Plaintiffs Interrogatories and Request for the Production of Documents by February 13, 2009. D efendant is further directed to provide its initial disclosures by February 13, 2009, to the extent that it has not already done so. Additionally, Defendant BMC and its counsel are ORDERED to show cause, on or before February 13, 2009, why this Court should not impose sanctions. ( Show Cause Response due by 2/13/2009.). Signed by Magistrate Judge Sonja F. Bivins on 1/28/09. (cmj)
|January 21, 2009
ORDER re: 19 Motion to Dismiss and Motion to Strike. As set out, the Court finds that Plaintiffs Motion to Dismiss BMCs unjust enrichment counterclaim is GRANTED such that Count Three of BMCs counterclaim is hereby DISMISSED with prejudice. More over, the Court finds while that Plaintiffs motion to strike BMCs demand for attorneys fees is DENIED, Plaintiffs motion to dismiss BMCs demand for attorneys fees is due to be, and hereby is, GRANTED.. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 1/20/09. (cmj)
|November 20, 2008
ORDER denying 28 Motion for Default Judgment; denying 22 Amended Motion for Default Judgment. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 11/19/08. (copy of order mailed to Arthur Sulzer Associates at three addresses listed in order) (cmj)
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