Citizens National Bank of Paintsville v. MCNB Bank and Trust Company
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|February 17, 2016
OPINION AND ORDER: I. MCNB's motion to limit references to facts solely relevant to the issue of the breach of contract (DE 105 ). This motion is DENIED as premature. Court will hear argument as to these two items of evidence at the pretria l conference. II. Citizens' motion in limine regarding various issues (DE 108 ). As set forth below, this motion is GRANTED in part, DENIED in part, and DEFERRED in part until after oral argument is heard at the pretrial conference. See 1-5. III. Citizens' motion to update damages through the trial date (DE 98 ). This motion is GRANTED. Court will hear argument on this issue at the pretrial conference. Signed by Judge Karen K. Caldwell on 2/17/2016. (RCB)cc: COR
|September 30, 2015
OPINION AND ORDER: 1) Citizens' motion in limine (DE 56 ) to exclude opinion of dft's expert, Dr. Donald J. Mullineaux, and to prohibit any testimony or evidence that Citizens should have purchased mortgage-backed securities to mitigate d amages is DENIED; and 2) Citizens' motion (DE 72 ) to treat its motion in limine as a motion for summary judgment on MCNB's mitigation-of-damages defense is DENIED. Signed by Judge Karen K. Caldwell on 9/30/2015. (RCB)cc: COR
|July 26, 2013
OPINION AND ORDER: Defendant's Motion to Dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction, Motion to Dismiss for Improper Venue, or in the alternative to Transfer Venue (DE 11 ) is DENIED. Signed by Judge Karen K. Caldwell on 7/26/2013. (RCB)cc: COR
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