Barnes et al v. Commerce & Industry Insurance Co et al
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|November 21, 2013
MEMORANDUM RULING: For the foregoing reasons, C & I's 73 motion with respect to the testimony of G. Randolph Rice, Ph.D., is DENIED. C & I's motion with respect to the testimony of Patrick Thomas, CPA, is DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. C & I 's motion with respect to the testimony of Robert Thornton, M.D., is DENIED AS MOOT. C & I's motion with respect to the testimony regarding treatment that Dr. Barnes received in California is DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Signed by Judge Tom Stagg on 11/20/2013. (crt,Joffrion, B)
|November 20, 2013
MEMORANDUM RULING: For all the foregoing reasons, the statements of Aaron Aud and Thomas Harwell in the police report are inadmissible hearsay and Barnes's 71 motion in limine to exclude those statements from evidence is GRANTED. Signed by Judge Tom Stagg on 11/19/2013. (crt,Joffrion, B)
|June 11, 2013
MEMORANDUM RULING: IT IS ORDERED that plaintiffs' 42 motion for reconsideration is GRANTED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the defendants' 24 motion for partial summary judgment is DENIED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this court's order granting the defendants' 37 motion for partial summary judgment is VACATED. Signed by Judge Tom Stagg on 6/11/2013. (crt,Joffrion, B)
|January 18, 2013
MEMORANDUM RULING for the reasons set forth, C & I's 24 motion for summary judgment is GRANTED and Barnes's claims are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. Signed by Judge Tom Stagg on 1/18/2013. (crt,Joffrion, B)
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