Thiele Dairy v. Earthsoils, et al
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|March 19, 2009
ORDER - The court has been advised that the parties in the above-captioned matter have reached a settlement of their claims. Within thirty (30) calendar days of the date of this order, the parties shall file a joint stipulation for dismissal (or other dispositive stipulation) with the clerk of the court. This case is removed from the court's June 8, 2009 trial docket upon representation by the parties that the case has settled. Ordered by Judge Richard G. Kopf. (JAB)
|March 2, 2009
ORDER granting 77 Motion for an order requiring designation of discovery material intended to be used at trial. Each party shall, not later than May 1, 2009, serve upon all other parties its designations of discovery material it intends to offer i n its case in chief other than for solely impeachment purposes. All designations, objections, counter-designations, and objections to counter-designations shall be incorporated into the final pretrial order. Any objections not made by the date and in the manner prescribed by this order shall be deemed waived. Ordered by Magistrate Judge David L. Piester. (JAB)
|December 17, 2008
ORDER - 1. Defendants' motion to dismiss counterclaim (filing 68 ) is granted; 2. Defendants' counterclaim (filing 17 ) is dismissed without prejudice; 3. The motion for summary judgment (filing 53 ) filed by Plaintiff with regard to Defendants' counterclaim is denied as moot; 4. Final judgment will be withheld until all claims in this matter are resolved. Ordered by Judge Richard G. Kopf. (JAB)
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