Stavenjord v. Corrections Corporation of America et al
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|March 15, 2010
ORDER, the reference to the Magistrate Judge is withdrawn as to Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment; granting in part and denying in part Defendants' 45 Motion for Summary Judgment; the motion is granted as to the claim for injunctive relief and denied in all other respects; before holding a final pretrial conference in this case, the Court will require the parties to participate in a settlement conference with a Magistrate Judge; Magistrate Judge David K Duncan is designated to hold the settlement conference; the conference shall be completed within 60 days; upon completion of the settlement conference, the parties shall file a status report stating whether the case has been resolved; if it has not, the Court will schedule a final pretrial conference, the Court will set a firm trial date at the final pretrial conference. Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 3/15/10.(REW)
|October 23, 2009
ORDER AND ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE within 5 days from the issuance of this Order, Defendants must advise the Court if they waive objections to the insufficiency of service of process, and if they do not, the Court will direct the Clerk to provide Plaintiff with a service packet. Denying without prejudice 32 Defendants' Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings. See PDF document for details. Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 10/22/09.(LSP)
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