Mid-America Foundation Supply Inc v. Konga Marine Logistics LLC et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|January 5, 2015
OPINION AND ORDER: GRANTING 138 STIPULATION to Dismiss by Defendants Chuck Hahn, Al Malins Insurance Inc, Cross Defendants Al Malins Insurance Inc, Chuck Hahn, and DISMISSING WITH PREJUDICE Pla's claims against the Defendants, as well as Konga's cross-claims against Al Malins Insurance Inc and Chuck Hahn. Konga's Third Party Complaint against Atlantic and Llloyd's remains pending. Signed by Judge Theresa L Springmann on 1/5/2015. (lhc)
|September 17, 2014
OPINION AND ORDER GRANTING 132 NOTICE of Voluntary Dismissal by Konga Marine Logistics LLC and DISMISSES the claims in Konga's Third Party Complaint against Abyss WITH PREJUDICE. Konga's Third Party Complaint against two other defendants remains pending. This Order only dismisses the claims against Abyss. DENYING AS MOOT 98 MOTION for Summary Judgment by ThirdParty Defendant Abyss Maritime Inc; and DENYING AS MOOT 119 First RULE 56 MOTION to Strike 107 Supplement Riverlands Survey by ThirdParty Plaintiff Konga Marine Logistics LLC. Signed by Judge Theresa L Springmann on 9/17/2014. (lhc)
|October 16, 2013
OPINION AND ORDER DENYING 77 MOTION to Amend/Correct Answer by Defendants/ Cross Defendants Al Malins Insurance Inc, Chuck Hahn. Signed by Magistrate Judge Roger B Cosbey on 10/16/13. (cer)
|September 24, 2012
OPINION AND ORDER: Dfts to supplement the record by filing an Amended Notice of Removal on/bf 10/9/2012 as outlined. Signed by Magistrate Judge Roger B Cosbey on 9/24/2012. (lns)
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