Greenwood et al v. Mepamsa SA et al
||Raymond Greenwood and Tasha Greenwood
||Mepamsa SA, XL Insurance Switzerland, XL Insurance America Incorporated, XL Specialty Insurance Company and XL Reinsurance America Incorporated
||March 16, 2011
||US District Court for the District of Arizona
||Prescott Division Office
||G Murray Snow
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||28 U.S.C. § 1332
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|September 14, 2012
MEMORANDUM OF DECISION AND ORDER, granting Motion for Entry of Rule 54(b) Judgment of Dismissal with Prejudice of Defendants XL Specialty Insurance Company and XL Insurance Switzerland 49 ; the Clerk is directed to enter final judgment as to Defenda nts XL Specialty Insurance Company and XL Insurance Switzerland; Plaintiffs' Cross-Motion for Stay of Claims 37 granted October 11, 2011 48 remains in force as to Plantiffs' claims against Defendant Mepamsa; requiring Plaintiffs to file a status report regarding the progress of this case through arbitration before the ICC; Plaintiffs' status report is due by 10/19/12. Signed by Senior Judge Stephen M McNamee on 9/14/12. (REW)
|October 11, 2011
ORDER granting XL Insurance Switzerland Ltd.'s 31 Motion to Dismiss; granting XL Specialty Insurance Company's 32 Motion to Dismiss; denying Mepamsa, SA's 33 Motion to Dismiss without prejudice to refile upon the conclusion of ar bitration proceedings between Mepamsa and Plaintiffs; granting Plaintiffs' Raymond Greenwood and Tasha Greenwood's 37 Cross-Motion for Stay of Claims Against Mepamsa; granting Mepamsa's 46 Motion for Leave to File Sur-Response to Plaintiffs' Reply in Support of Their Cross-Motion for a Stay of Claims Against Mepamsa. Signed by Judge Stephen M McNamee on 10/11/11. (ESL)
|June 23, 2011
ORDER, granting Defendants' 18 Motion to Dismiss XL Insurance America Inc, XL Specialty Insurance Company, and XL Reinsurance America Inc, without prejudice; Plaintiffs are given leave to amend their 1 Complaint pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 15. Signed by Judge Stephen M McNamee on 6/22/11.(REW)
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