Baker & Taylor LLC v. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Inc et al
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|April 19, 2016
JUDGMENT: The 12 amended complaint is dismissed with prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 04/19/2016. (rhm)
|January 29, 2016
ORDER: Joint report, 43 , noted and appreciated. The stay is lifted and the Court confirms MetLife's dismissal with prejudice. And the Court grants the remaining parties' request to leave the case on hold until April. The stay is reinstated. Unless some party requests some relief before 19 April 2016, the Court will lift it and enter judgment dismissing Baker & Taylor's amended complaint with prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 1/29/2016. (jak)
|December 28, 2015
ORDER granting as modified 37 Joint Motion. The motions to dismiss, 21 , 22 , and 24 , are denied without prejudice - the settlement moots them. If the settlement is not consummated, then the Court will reinstate the motions (and all related fil ings) and decide them. Joint status report due by 29 January 2016. If by then the land sales have closed, and the payments have been made as planned, the Court is inclined to dismiss with prejudice at that point. The Court will, though, retain jurisdiction for a few months to cover the preference period and to make sure the deal doesn't unravel. Case stayed. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 12/28/2015. (jak)
|September 1, 2015
ORDER: Baker and Taylor's motion to file an unredacted response under seal, 28 , is granted. Please send a courtesy paper copy of this filing to chambers. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 9/1/2015. (jak)
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