LM Insurance Corporation et al v. Canal Insurance Company
||LM Insurance Corporation and Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company
||Canal Insurance Company
||February 25, 2011
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky
||Karl S. Forester
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|June 28, 2012
OPINION & ORDER: Court ORDERS that 36 Motion to Amend/Correct is DENIED. Liberty Mutual's 35 Bill of Costs REMAINS REFERRED to the Clerk of the Court. Signed by Judge Karl S. Forester on 6/28/2012. (SCD)cc: COR
|April 19, 2012
OPINION & ORDER: 1) Plas' 33 and 34 Motions for Judgment are GRANTED to the extent that judgment in the amt of $421,925.51, plus prejudgment interest in the amt of $48,554.90 for a total of $470,480.41, but DENIED as premature with respect to the requested costs. 2) Pla's Bill of Costs is REFERRED to the Clerk pursuant to Rule 54(d) of the Fed Rules of Civil Procedure. Signed by Judge Karl S. Forester on 4/19/2012.(SCD)cc: COR
|March 22, 2012
OPINION & ORDER: 1) 19 MOTION for Summary Judgment is GRANTED and summary judgment will be entered in favor of Liberty Mutual for the amt of $421,925.51 plus prejudgment interest. 2) 21 MOTION for Partial Summary Judgment is DENIED. 3 ) 31 JOINT MOTION to Amend/Correct 14 Scheduling Order is DENIED AS MOOT. 4) PTC currently set for 4/19/2012 and bench trial currently set for 5/15/2012 are SET ASIDE. 5) WITHIN 10 DAYS OF ENTRY OF THIS ORDER, Liberty Mutual shall submit a proposed Judgment, including amounts for prejudgment interest. Signed by Judge Karl S. Forester on 3/22/2012.(SCD)cc: COR,D
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