Church v. Accretive Health, Inc.
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|December 28, 2015
ORDER granting the Motions to Seal (docs. 93, 102, 105, 109) as further set out, In all other respects, the Motions to Seal are deemed withdrawn based on defendant's representations in the Supplemental Brief (doc. 113). The Clerk is directed to unseal all documents found at Doc. 102 except for plaintiff's Exhibits A, C, E and G, which are to remain sealed. Defendant is to file properly redacted unsealed versions of plaintiff's Exhibits A, C and E by 1/8/16. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 12/28/2015. (mbp)
|November 24, 2015
Order granting 91 MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Accretive Health, Inc. The 108 MOTION to Exclude New Evidence Filed with Reply Brief filed by Mahala A. Church is denied. This action is dismissed with prejudice. Defendant is ordered by 12/8/2015 to file a supplemental memorandum re: Motions to Seal (Docs. 93, 102, 105 and 109). Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 11/24/2015. (tgw)
|December 16, 2014
Order granting in part denying in part 43 MOTION to Dismiss and, in the Alternative MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Accretive Health, Inc.. Rule 26 Meeting Report due by 1/13/2015. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 12/16/2014. (tgw)
|April 24, 2014
ORDER denying 15 Motion to to Enter Plaintiff's Motion for Class Certification, then Stay Further Consideration of the Same; denying 14 Motion to Certify Class. Signed by Chief Judge William H. Steele on 4/24/2014. (tgw) (Main Document 16 replaced on 4/24/2014) (tgw).
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