Selectsun GmbH v. Porter Inc
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|March 30, 2017
OPINION AND ORDER: GRANTS Porter's motion for summary judgment on Counts 1 through 5, inclusive; and DENIES the same on Counts 6 through 12, inclusive ( 149 ); DENIES SelectSun's motion for summary judgment ( 142 ); DENIES, as moot, Porte r's motion to dismiss ( 76 ); DENIES Porter's motions to strike ( 151 , 164 ); DENIES Porter's motion to exclude expert testimony ( 134 ); DENIES Porter's motion for an extension of time to complete discovery ( 139 ); DENIES, as moot, SelectSun's motion for sanctions ( 102 ) and motion for default judgment ( 160 ), both against International Nautic, in light of the court's order of default judgment against International Nautic as a sanction under Rule 16(f)(1) (see 170 ); and ORDERS the parties to file a joint status report by 5/1/2017, as outlined in Opinion and Order. Signed by Senior Judge James T Moody on 3/30/2017. (lhc)
|March 31, 2016
ORDER: Porter, Inc.'s 133 objection is OVERRULED. Magistrate Judge Collins' 130 Report and Recommendation is ADOPTED as the court's opinion. Court STRIKES International Nautic's Answer (DE # 15, 78) and Motion to Dismiss ( DE # 80), and order default judgment against it as a sanction under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 16(f)(1). In order to avoid the possibility of inconsistent results, the court withholds entry of a final judgment on the default until the conclusion of this litigation. Signed by Senior Judge James T Moody on 3/31/2016. (tc)
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