Margaret Wagner v. Baystate Health Inc
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|March 13, 2014
Judge Michael A. Ponsor: ENDORSED ORDER entered granting in part Dft's 115 Motion for Taxation of Costs. ALLOWED, in part. The costs for the Garvin and Blaney depositions ($50.35 and $349.35) have been deducted since they were never used and the subpoena costs for Moccio (91.49) have also been deducted, since she was never called. Total costs of $4054.76 are hereby awarded. So ordered. (Lindsay, Maurice)
|February 20, 2014
Judge Michael A. Ponsor: ORDER entered. ORDER PROHIBITING POST-VERDICT CONTACT WITH JURORS. See the attached order for details. (Lindsay, Maurice)
|February 4, 2014
Judge Michael A. Ponsor: ENDORSED ORDER entered granting 89 Motion to Amend its Trial Exhibit List. ALLOWED, with the understanding that references on the tax returns solely to Plaintiff's husbands earnings may be redacted. So ordered. (Lindsay, Maurice)
|October 29, 2013
Judge Michael A. Ponsor: MEMORANDUM AND ORDER entered. As follows: For the reasons stated in the attached memorandum and order, Defendants Motion for Partial Summary Judgment (Dkt. No. 57 ) is hereby ALLOWED. The court will retain supplemental jurisdiction over the remaining state-law claims. The clerk will now schedule the case for a final pretrial conference on those remaining issues. It is So Ordered. See the attached memo and order for complete details. (Lindsay, Maurice)
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