Federal Insurance Company v. SpeedBoat Racing Ltd.
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|January 23, 2017
RULING (see attached) granting 75 Speedboat's and Rambler's Motion for Leave to Amend 70 Answer to Rambler's 63 Second Amended Counterclaims and Third-Party Complaint to assert additional affirmative defenses, as "justice so requires," Fed. R. Civ. P. 15(a)(2). Speedboat and Jackson must file their Amended Answer(s) in the form set forth in the attachment to their motion (Doc. 75 -1), on or before February 10, 2017. Signed by Judge Charles S. Haight, Jr. on January 23, 2017. (Dorais, L.)
|August 9, 2016
OMNIBUS RULING (see attached) approving the 43 Joint Stipulation of Discontinuance filed by Federal and Speedboat; denying 44 Speedboat's Motion to Dismiss; granting 46 Rambler's Motion to Amend or Correct its ans wer and counterclaims, including leave to add Alexander E. Jackson as a party; denying as moot 52 Speedboat's Motion to Stay Discovery; and denying without prejudice 57 Rambler's Motion to Compel Discovery. Rambler must f ile and serve its proposed "Second Amended Answer and Counterclaims" on or before August 26, 2016, and effect proper service in accordance with the Federal and Local Rules of Civil Procedure. Speedboat must respond to Rambler's discovery requests on or before August 26, 2016, failing which Rambler may renew its motion to compel. The parties are directed to file a joint status report with the Court, proposing revised dates for the remaining case deadlines, on or before September 16, 2016. Signed by Judge Charles S. Haight, Jr. on August 9, 2016. (Dorais, L.)
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