Estate of Sydney Burke et al v. Mantua-Shalersville Fire Department et al
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|March 23, 2015
Memorandum Opinion and Order: The motion for summary judgment of defendant Mantua-Shalersville Fire Department (Doc. No. 57 ) is granted and the motion for summary judgment of defendants Matthew Roosa, Tim Benner, Bill Byers, and Kenneth Just us (Doc. No. 58 ) is granted. As to all of these defendants, judgment will be entered in their favor. One final matter must be separately addressed. As already noted, plaintiffs named as defendants in this lawsuit Robert Breyley and Kimberly Breyley , who were Sydney's landlords. Although served, neither of the Breyleys made an appearance in the case and, on April 1, 2014, this Court granted plaintiffs' motion for default judgment against each of them, indicating that a hearing to dete rmine damages would be set after all other issues in the case were first resolved. Now that such resolution has occurred, the Court will entertain plaintiffs' written suggestions as to how to proceed with respect to the Breyleys. Plaintiffs' submission must be filed by March 30, 2015. Judge Sara Lioi on 3/23/2015. (P,J)
|November 24, 2014
Memorandum Opinion and Order granting defendants' motion in limine (Doc. No. 60 ). Plaintiffs' expert, John Coleman, is prohibited from rendering any testimony or opinions regarding (1) whether any of the defendants acted recklessly, wantonly, with malicious purpose, or in bad faith; and (2) whether OAC 4123:1-27-07 applies in this case. (Related Doc. Nos. 64 and 66 .) Judge Sara Lioi on 11/24/2014. (S,He)
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