Woods v. Wickes Furniture Co., Inc. et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|July 28, 2011
MEMORANDUM Opinion and Order. Signed by the Honorable Young B. Kim on 7/28/2011. (aac, )
|April 7, 2011
MEMORANDUM Opinion and Order. Signed by the Honorable Young B. Kim on 4/7/2011. (aac, )
|November 10, 2010
MINUTE entry before Honorable Young B. Kim: On October 22, 2010, Plaintiff filed the following motions: (1) motion to initiate discovery 86 ; (2) motion to exclude witnesses from the courtroom 87 ; (3) motion to disqualify opposing counsel 88 ; (4 ) motion to add opposing counsel as a party defendant 89 ; and (5) motion for summary judgment 90 . Then on November 1, 2010, Plaintiff noticed the five motions previously filed for December 14, 2010. This notice was docketed as a separate motion [ 91]. For the reasons contained herein motions 86 and 90 are denied without prejudice, motion 87 is granted and motions 88 and 89 are denied. To the extent that Plaintiff's notice has been docketed as a separate motion, motion 91 is d enied as moot. Plaintiff is reminded that her response to Defendants' motion to enforce settlement agreement is due on or before November 19, 2010. Parties need not appear in court on December 14, 2010. The status hearing scheduled for December 14, 2010, is stricken. The court will set a new status hearing after ruling on Defendants' motion to enforce the settlement agreement. A copy of this order is mailed to Plaintiff Woods at P.O. Box 1025, North Chicago, IL 60064. [ For further details see minute order.] Mailed notice(aac, )
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