AK Steel Corporation v. Earley et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 16, 2011
JUDGMENT that the claims of Plaintiff AK Steel Corporation against Defendants Donald Earley, Dona Ashby, and Jonathan Salisbury are DISMISSED with prejudice. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 9/16/2011. copies to parties. (sdb)
|August 19, 2011
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 29 Motion for Summary Judgment. Defendant Salisburys motion for summary judgment (Doc. 29) is GRANTED as to Counts 1, 2, and 3. Defendants Earley and Ashbys motions for summary judgment (Doc. 29) are GRA NTED as to Counts 2 and 3 but DENIED as to Count 1. Defendants motion for summary judgment (Doc. 29) is CARRIED TO TRIAL as to Count 4. The parties shall file file briefs, as set out, no later than 9/1/11. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 8/19/2011. (cmj)
|August 8, 2011
Order re: 29 MOTION for Summary Judgment. Briefs concerning which state's law applies to and/or governs the non-contract claims in this case due by 8/15/2011. Signed by Judge Kristi K. DuBose on 8/8/2011. copies to parties. (sdb)
|March 14, 2011
SUPPLEMENTAL SCHEDULING ORDER granting the oral request of the parties "to address outstanding discovery issues and to request a revision to the remaining deadlines for the case schedule." Discovery cutoff 5/1/2011. Motions due by 6/1/2011. Signed by Magistrate Judge William E. Cassady on 3/14/2011. Copies to parties (sdb)
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