Fried Alligator Films, LLC et al v. New York Life Insurance Company et al
||Fried Alligator Films, LLC and Jerry Tankersley
||New York Life Insurance Company, Michael Willis and John Does 1-10
||August 15, 2016
||US District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi
||Greenville Division Office
||Debra M. Brown
||Jane M. Virden
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|March 21, 2018
ORDER AMENDING CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER: The Final Pretrial Conference will be held on January, 8, 2019 at 10:00 AM in Judge Virden's Chambers before Magistrate Judge Jane M. Virden. Plaintiff shall designate expert witnesses by June 7, 2018; Defendants shall designate expert witnesses by June 20, 2018; Discovery shall be completed by July 6, 2018; and Dispositive and Daubert motions are due by July 20, 2018. Signed by Magistrate Judge Jane M. Virden on 3/21/18. (bfg)
|September 29, 2017
ORDER granting 44 Motion for Leave to File Excess Pages; denying 47 Motion to Strike ; granting in part and denying in part New York Life Insurance Company's 25 Motion for Summary Judgment; Fried Alligator's claims for breach contr act, third party beneficiary and breach of good faith and fair dealing are dismissed for lack of standing; to the extent any of Fried Alligator's other claims depend on the insurance policies issued to Tankersley, they are dismissed for lack of standing; to the extent Willis raises his own arguments for summary judgment in his joinder 27 , those arguments are stricken. Signed by District Judge Debra M. Brown on 09/29/17. (tab)
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