Navigators Management Company, Inc. et al v. St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company et al
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|December 15, 2011
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER...Wells Fargos motion to dismiss Count I and Cranes motion to dismiss Count III, both for breach of contract, are converted to motions for summary judgment, but only on the factual issue of whether the presumption of prejudice by reason of inexcusable delay under the doctrine of laches has been overcome, and the parties are ordered to proceed under Rule 56. Wells Fargos motion to dismiss Count II and Cranes motion to dismissCount IV both for negligence, are GRANTED. Signed by Honorable Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr on 12/15/11. (MRS)
|February 24, 2009
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that plaintiffs' motion to compel (#69) is GRANTED in its entirety subject to the terms of this memorandum and order. Signed by Honorable Stephen N Limbaugh, Jr on 2/24/09. (LAH, )
|January 9, 2009
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - In sum, this Court finds that the interests of the absent parties identified by defendants will not be impaired or impeded in the disposition of this action, even "as a practical matter." The absent parties, therefore , are not necessary parties to this action, and because they are notnecessary parties, they cannot then be indispensable parties. Defendants' Motion to Dismiss for Failure to Join an Indispensable Party is DENIED in its entirety. Signed by Honorable Stephen N Limbaugh, Jr on 1/9/09. (LAH, )
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