Fairfax Portfolio, LLC v. Owens Corning Insulating Systems, LLC
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|August 3, 2012
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER granting in part 46 Defendant's Statement of Consultation, Request for Order Awarding Attorneys' Fees, and Memorandum in Support of Request. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that plaintiff pay defendant $16,872.63 in attorney's fees. Defendant may submit its Bill of Costs and memorandum in support according to the procedures set forth in D. Kan. Rule 54.1. Signed by District Judge Carlos Murguia on 8/3/2012. (jw)
|January 17, 2012
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER denying 29 Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment to Plaintiff's Position; denying 31 defendant's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment on Plaintiff's Claim and Motion for Summary Judgment on Defendant's Counterclaim; denying 33 plaintiff's Motion to Certify Question of Law. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that plaintiff show cause why it should be permitted to pursue a "constructive holdover" theory at trial. Plaintiff's brief must be filed by Friday, March 3, 2012, and shall not exceed eight (8) pages. Defendant's response shall be due no later than fourteen (14) days after plaintiff's brief is filed, and shall not exceed eight (8) pages. Plaintiff's reply, if any, shall be due no later than fourteen (14) days after defendant's response is filed, and shall not exceed four (4) pages. See Memorandum and Order for further details. Signed by District Judge Carlos Murguia on 1/17/2012. (jw)
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