Kramer et al v. Creative Compounds LLC
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|March 19, 2015
ORDER denying 98 Plaintiffs' Amended Motion for Award of Attorneys' Fees and Non-Taxable Expenses. FURTHER ORDERED denying 113 Plaintiffs' Supplementary Motion for Award of Attorneys' Fees and Non-Taxable Expenses Incurred During [Defendant]'s Appeal. (See attached Order). Signed by Senior Judge James A Teilborg on 3/19/2015.(TLB)
|November 15, 2013
ORDER - The Court rules as follows: ORDERED that 53 Creatives Motion for Summary Judgment asking this Court to declare the 533 Patent invalid is DENIED; 53 Creatives Motion for Summary Judgment on Counts I and III is DENED. 53 Creatives Moti on for Summary Judgment on Count II only is GRANTED. FURTHER ORDERED that 51 ThermoLifes Motion for Summary Judgment is DENIED as to Count II. Consistent with this Order, Counts I and III are dismissed, without prejudice, because they are not rip e. FURTHER ORDERED that 57 ThermoLifes Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment on CV 11-2033-PHX-JAT (in CV 11-2033-PHX-JAT Creative seeks a declaration that the 533 Patent is invalid) is GRANTED. ThermoLife shall submit a proposed form of judgment for C V 11-2033-PHX-JAT within 17 days of the date of this order. Creative may file any objections to the judgment within 14 days of when it is filed. FINALLY ORDERED that because neither party moved for summary judgment on Count IV in CV 11-1965-PHX-JAT, the Court will proceed to trial on that claim. An Order setting Final Pretrial Conference will follow. Signed by Senior Judge James A Teilborg on 11/15/2013.(TLB)
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