Best Western International Incorporated v. I-70 Hotel Corporation et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|July 19, 2012
ORDER granting in part Kansas Hotel Corporation, Naresh Bhakta, and Mrudulaben Bhakta's motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction 88 ; the fraudulent transfer claim against Naresh Bhakta, Mrudulaben Bhakta, and Kansas Hotel Corporation remains; the trademark infringement claims against Naresh Bhakta and Mrudulaben Bhakta are dismissed without prejudice for lack of personal jurisdiction. Signed by Judge Frederick J Martone on 7/19/12. (REW)
|April 9, 2012
ORDER - IT IS ORDERED that Plaintiff Best Western's Motion to Amend Scheduling Order and Motion for Leave to File Second Amended Complaint, docs. 62-63, are GRANTED. Pursuant to LRCiv 15.1, as amended, Plaintiff "must file and serve the [Se cond Amended Complaint] on all [current defendants] under Rule 5 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure within fourteen (14) days of the filing of the order granting leave to amend" and promptly serve the new defendants, no later than 30 day s from the entry date of this order unless extended by the Court upon a showing of good cause. LRCiv 15.1 (emphasis added). IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that after the new defendants appear herein, another scheduling conference will be held to set an amended scheduling order to allow all parties sufficient time to reasonably prepare for trial. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 4/9/12.(LAD)
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