Boxell v. The Plan for Group Insurance of Verizon Communications Inc
||The Plan for Group Insurance of Verizon Communications Inc
||March 28, 2013
||Indiana Northern District Court
||Fort Wayne Office
||Roger B Cosbey
||Jon E DeGuilio
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|Cause of Action:
||29:1132 E.R.I.S.A.-Employee Benefits
|Jury Demanded By:
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|September 16, 2013
OPINION AND ORDER re 14 MOTION that Review Should Be De Novo/Regarding Scope of Discovery by Plaintiff Kathleen Boxell. The Motion is DENIED except that Defendant ORDERED to produce an affidavit or declaration in accordance with this Opinion and Order by 9/30/2013. The standard of review in this matter will be "arbitrary and capricious." Signed by Magistrate Judge Roger B Cosbey on 9/16/13. (cer)
|September 22, 2014
OPINION AND ORDER: DENYING 46 Rule 56 MOTION to Strike 38 MOTION for Summary Judgment, DENYING 50 Second RULE 56 MOTION to Strike Documents Outside Administrative Record by Defendant, DENYING 54 MOTION to Amend/Correct Plaintiff's Motion t o Modify the Scheduling Order/For Leave to Amend Her Complaint by Counter Defendant Kathleen Boxell. GRANTING 38 Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment/Alternative Motion of Judgment pursuant to Rule 52 by Plaintiff Kathleen Boxell and REMAN DING to the plan administrator as outlined in Order. DENYING 40 MOTION for Summary Judgment by Defendant The Plan for Group Insurance of Verizon Communications Inc as to Pla's claim, but GRANTING that motion as to The Plan's counterclaim entering judgment in the Plan's favor on its counterclaim in the amount of $12,828. Signed by Judge Jon E DeGuilio on 9/22/2014. (lhc)
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