Alton Real Estate Investments, LLC v. Allied Waste Services, Inc.
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|September 3, 2008
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 78 Motion for Sanctions and denying 82 Motion to Exclude Expert: For the reasons thoroughly delineated in the attached Order, the Court GRANTS IN PART and DENIES IN PART Alton's motion for sanctions (Doc. 78) and DENIES Allied's motion to exclude expert (Doc. 82). The Court also SETS a schedule for the limited reopening of discovery herein (including supplemental depositions of experts McDonough and Sydow), RESETS the final pretrial conference, and clarifies the deadline for motions in limine and jury instructions. See attached Order for specifics. Signed by Judge Michael J. Reagan on 9/3/2008. (soh)
|November 3, 2006
ORDER Regarding Action Due by 11/24/2006: As fully described in the attached Order, the Court DIRECTS both parties to file a "Jurisdictional Memorandum" on or before November 24, 2006, so that the Court can ascertain whether subject matter jurisdiction lies under the federal diversity statute. The Court is missing critical information regarding the citizenship of EACH member of the Plaintiff LLC, and questions linger regarding (a) the amount in controversy and (b) the named Defendant(s). The filing of jurisdictional memoranda does NOT toll any other applicable deadline. Signed by Judge Michael J. Reagan on 11/3/06. (soh)
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