Carroll et al v. American Empire Surplus Lines Insurance Company et al
||Justin Jude Carroll and Keren Rosenblum
||American Empire Surplus Lines Insurance Company, Airbnb Payments, Inc., HMIA Holdings, L.L.C., Latter & Blum Insurance Services, Inc., Lynn S. Schwarzhoff and Mark K. Hamilton
||March 30, 2016
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana
||New Orleans Office
||Out of State
||Jane Triche Milazzo
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Personal Injury
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|December 21, 2017
ORDER AND REASONS that Defendant Airbnb's 111 Motion for Summary Judgment is GRANTED and Plaintiffs' claims against it are DISMISSED with prejudice. Signed by Judge Jane Triche Milazzo on 12/21/2017. (Reference: 16-2589)(cms)
|February 10, 2017
ORDER AND REASONS: For the forgoing reasons, Airbnb's Motion to Compel Arbitration of Claims Asserted Against It in the Third-Party Complaint 71 is GRANTED, and Airbnb's Motion to Compel Arbitration of Claims Asserted by Plaintiffs 72 ; United Specialty's Motion to Compel Arbitration with Respect to Third-Party Claim 81 ; and United Specialty's Motion to Compel Arbitration and Stay Proceedings with Respect to Plaintiff's Claims 83 are DENIED. Arbitration is COMPELL ED with respect to the claims asserted against Airbnb by Schwarzhoff, Hamilton, and American Empire. All other claims survive. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a status conference is SET in this matter on February 15, 2017 at 11:00 a.m.Signed by Judge Jane Triche Milazzo on 2/10/2017.(Reference: All Cases)(my)
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