King v. Martin
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|March 22, 2013
MEMORANDUM RULING re 126 MOTION to Stay filed by Tammy R Martin, Amy L Carlisle. Signed by Judge Tom Stagg on 3/22/2013. (crt,Keifer, K)
|December 6, 2012
ORDER regarding 91 Motion in Limine. A ruling on the Kings' motion is premature at this time. As Tooley-Knoblett has not yet been deposed, this court cannot ascertain the content of her proposed testimony, and therefore, cannot determine wh ether she will attempt to offer inadmissible legal opinions solely on the basis of her expert report. However, the Kings may reurge the motion in limine after Tooley-Knoblett has been desposed. IT IS ORDERED that the plaintiff's motion in limine is DENIED as premature. Signed by Judge Tom Stagg on 12/5/2012. (crt,Putch, A)
|November 30, 2012
MEMORANDUM ORDER: To ensure that this record is complete with respect to diversity jurisdiction, Plaintiffs are directed to file a motion for leave to amend their complaint and allege with specificity the state or foreign country in which each party is domiciled and, therefore, a citizen. If the necessary information has already been provided, Plaintiffs may, in the alternative, point to where the information is located in the record. The deadline for compliance with this order is 1/7/2013. Signed by Magistrate Judge Mark L Hornsby on 11/30/12. (crt,Putch, A)
|October 16, 2012
ORDER denying 70 Motion to Disqualify Counsel. Signed by Magistrate Judge Mark L Hornsby on 10/16/12. (crt,Delgado, S)
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