Evanston Insurance Company v. Lett et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|November 8, 2012
FINAL AMENDED JUDGMENT that plaintiff has no duty to defend defendant Damon Lett d/b/a Damon Lett Roofing or defendant Kiker Corporation against any of the claims made in the civil action styled St. Catherine of Siena Parish v. Kiker Corporation, et al., Case No. CV-2010-900578, in the Circuit Court of Mobile County, Alabama, as further set out. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 11/8/2012. copies to parties. (sdb)
|October 15, 2012
Order granting 35 MOTION for Judgment on the Pleadings against Damon Lett d/b/a Damon Lett Roofing & granting 37 MOTION for Summary Judgment against Kiker Corporation filed by Evanston Insurance Company. Evanston & St. Catherine are ordered by 10/26/2012 to file a joint report concerning the status of this action as between them. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 10/15/2012. Copy mailed to Damon Lett. (tgw)
|January 24, 2012
ORDER denying 23 Kiker's Motion to Dismiss and denying St. Catherine's 25 Motion to Dismiss. Additionally, the parties have filed their Report of Parties Planning Meeting (doc. 13). This matter is therefore referred to MagistrateJudge Cassady for entry of a Rule 16(b) Scheduling Order or other appropriate action to get this case on track for discovery, pretrial and trial. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 1/24/2012. Copy to Judge Cassady's Chambers. (mbp)
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