Zep Inc. v. Brody Chemical Company, Inc., et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|April 6, 2010
ORDER - IT IS ORDERED that Dft Brody Chemical Company, Inc's 146 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment, joined by Dfts Mark Bartley, Neil Carse, Wayne Cassidy, and Anthony Strukel, is granted in part and denied in part. Because the ruling is not dispositive of any claims, no claims will be dismissed. Signed by Judge Neil V Wake on 4/6/10. (SAT)
|May 4, 2009
ORDER that the Court's order granting Zep's preliminary injunction is amended. ORDER that Zep must post a preliminary injunction bond of $250,000 before a preliminary injunction will issue re 68 Motion for Clarification (see order for details). Signed by Judge Neil V Wake on 5/4/09.(TLJ) Modified on 5/13/2009 to designate as written opinon(LAL).
|April 20, 2009
ORDER, FINDINGS OF FACT, CONCLUSIONS OF LAW: ORDERED that Plaintiff Zep, Inc.s motion for preliminary injunction (doc. # 1) is granted. Plaintiff shall lodge a proposed form of preliminary injunction, including a list of Restricted Customers, after conferring with the Defendants to determine if a form of order can be agreed upon, but in any event no later than April 27, 2009. If the parties cannot agree on the list, further evidentiary proceedings will be held expeditiously to resolve it. A p reliminary injunction bond in the amount of $100,000.00 must be posted before a preliminary injunction will issue. See attached order for details. Signed by Judge Neil V Wake on 4/20/09. (SJF) Modified on 5/13/2009 to designate as written opinion(LAL).
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