First Mercury Insurance Co v. Maxum Industries, LLC et al
||Maxum Industries L L C and Oil Mop L L C
||First Mercury Insurance Co
||February 13, 2013
||Louisiana Western District Court
||Rebecca F Doherty
||Patrick J Hanna
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|Cause of Action:
||28:1332 Diversity-Insurance Contract
|Jury Demanded By:
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|May 10, 2013
SUA SPONTE JURISDICTIONAL BRIEFING ORDER : IT IS ORDERED that, not later than twenty-one days after the date of thisorder, the plaintiff shall file a memorandum setting forth specific facts that supporta finding that the parties are diverse in citize nship and that the amount in controversyexceeds the jurisdictional minimum. These facts should be supported withsummary-judgment-type evidence. The defendants will be allowed seven days torespond to the plaintiffs submission. Signed by Magistrate Judge Patrick J Hanna on 5/10/13. (crt,Kennedy, T)
|June 27, 2013
SECOND SUA SPONTE JURISDICTIONAL BRIEFING ORDER. IT IS ORDERED that, not later than fourteen days after the date of this order, the plaintiff shall file a supplemental memorandum setting forth specific facts that support a finding that the parties ar e diverse in citizenship and that the amount in controversy exceeds the jurisdictional minimum, supporting the facts with summary-judgment-type evidence. The defendants will be allowed five days to respond to the plaintiffs submission. Signed by Magistrate Judge Patrick J Hanna on 6/27/13. (crt,Kennedy, T)
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