Zehrer v. Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. et al
||Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. and Harbor International Fund
||February 4, 2014
||US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
||Joan H. Lefkow
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|March 13, 2018
OPINION AND ORDER Signed by the Honorable Joan H. Lefkow on 3/13/2018: For the reasons stated in the Opinion and Order, motion of defendant Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. for summary judgment against plaintiffs Terrence Zehrer and Ruth Tumpowsky [16 2] is granted. Judgment entered in favor of defendant Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. and against plaintiffs Terrence Zehrer and Ruth Tumpowsky. Defendant's motion to bar expert testimony of Dr. Richard W. Kopcke 230 and defendant's motion to bar expert testimony of Kent E. Barrett 232 are moot. Civil case terminated. Mailed notice(mad, )
|January 13, 2016
ORDER: Defendant's Motion to Compel Plaintiffs' Production of Documents [Dkt. 131] is granted in part, and denied in part. Plaintiffs are ordered to produce the narrowed discovery sought following the parties' meet and confer conference namely, Plaintiffs must produce documents relating to ownership in bond mutual funds or international mutual funds in the past five years. [For further details see order] - Signed by the Honorable Susan E. Cox on 1/13/2016. Mailed notice (np, )
|November 18, 2014
MEMORANDUM Opinion and Order, Signed by the Honorable Joan H. Lefkow on 11/18/2014. (ea, )
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