MedAssets, Inc. et al v. Federal Insurance Company
||Aspen II Holding Co. and MedAssets, Inc.
||Federal Insurance Company
||August 18, 2008
||US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
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|Cause of Action:
||28:1332 Diversity-Insurance Contract
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|December 23, 2010
ORDER denying 90 Motion to Amend, and discovery will not be stayed. The parties will have a four month period from the date of this Order to conduct discovery on the issue of damages. Signed by Judge Richard W. Story on 12/23/10. (cem)
|March 31, 2010
ORDER granting in part and denying in part Plaintiff's 54 Motion for Summary Judgment on the Issue of Defendant's Duty to Defend. The Motion is granted as to Defendant's duty to defend under the D&O Policy and denied as to Defendant s duty to defend under the E&O Policy. Defendant's 57 Motion for Summary Judgment on Claims under the E&O Policy is GRANTED. Defendant's 58 Motion for Summary Judgment on Claims under the D&O Policy is DENIED. Plaintiff's 24 Moti on to Compel Production of Documents, Defendant's 30 Motion for Protective Order, Plaintiff's 29 Motion to Compel Depositions, Plaintiff's 29 Motion for Sanctions, and Defendant's 40 Motion for Protective Order are all DEN IED AS MOOT. Defendant's 40 Motion to Quash is GRANTED. Plaintiff's 52 Motion for Judicial Notice and Plaintiff's 83 and 84 Motions for Leave to Correct Rule 56(f) Affidavits are GRANTED. Signed by Judge Richard W. Story on 3/31/2010. (gar)
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