First Specialty Insurance Corporation v. Supreme Corporation
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|June 14, 2017
OPINION AND ORDER: GRANTING 91 Second MOTION to Stay Pursuant to Rule 56(d) by Plaintiff First Specialty Insurance Corporation. The Court DEFERS ruling on the parties; cross motions for partial summary judgment 55 & 59 and First Specialty's Rule 56 Motion to Strike 83 to permit First Specialty time for discovery and supplemental briefing related to the number of occurrence issue. Signed by Magistrate Judge Michael G Gotsch, Sr on 6/14/2017. (lhc)
|September 30, 2015
OPINION AND ORDER denying 17 First Specialty's Motion for Summary Judgment; granting 19 Supremes cross Motion for Summary Judgment; denying as moot 26 First Specialty's preliminary motion to amend the complaint ; granting 31 First Specialty's motion to amend the complaint. On its own motion pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 42(a), the court consolidates 3:14 CV 1613 with the present case, for all purposes . Because of that consolidation, First Specialtys mot ion to dismiss 3:14 CV 1613 (DE #10) is DENIED as moot. Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 636 (b)(1)(A), Fed. R. Civ. P. 16, Fed. R. Civ. P. 72 (a), and Local Rule 72-1(b), the court hereby ORDERS that this case be assigned to Magistrate Judge Christopher A. Nuechterlein for purposes of holding a scheduling/settlement conference at his and the parties earliest convenience. Signed by Senior Judge James T Moody on 9/30/15. (mc)
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