Pacific Scientific Energetic Materials Company (Arizona) LLC et al v. Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Company
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|May 22, 2012
ORDER pursuant to Rule 56(d), the court GRANTS the plaintiffs' motion to defer Docket 107 and DENIES without prejudice the defendant's motion for partial summary judgment Docket 97 . Signed by Judge Joseph R Goodwin on 5/22/2012.(KMG)
|March 15, 2012
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER granting 103 Motion for Leave to File Amended Answer and Counterclaim. The court ORDERS the parties to submit a joint statement that is no longer than three pages, single-spaced, that describesthe discovery that has be en conducted thus far, the discovery that remains, and summarizes any outstanding discovery disputes. In addition, the plaintiff is ORDERED to submit a statement explaining the status of its efforts to obtain approval to disclose technical documentat ion in this suit. This statement should include a list in chronological order of the actions it has taken thus far and what remains to be done, with specificity. Both the joint statement and the plaintiffs' statement are due by March 26, 2012. (See document for further details). Signed by Judge Joseph R Goodwin on 3/15/12.(LAD)
|September 23, 2011
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER, denying Ensign-Bickford's 18 Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction, for failure to state a claim and for transfer; denying the 37 Motion for Transfer of Venue. Signed by Judge Joseph R Goodwin on 9/23/11.(REW)
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