Clare et al v. Timber Products Co. Limited Partnership et al
||James Clare, Jr. and Kathy Clare
||TP Trucking, LLC and Timber Products Co. Limited Partnership
||March 7, 2011
||Oregon District Court
||Mark D. Clarke
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|Cause of Action:
||28:1332 Diversity-Personal Injury
|Jury Demanded By:
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|February 16, 2012
MINUTE ORDER: The Amended Order Establishing Trial Dates and Procedures 38 for the jury trial commencing March 19, 2012, is amended to set new dates for pretrial documents. Section III.A. pretrial documents currently due 2/23/2012 are now due 2/29/2012; Section III.B. pretrial documents currently due 2/29/2012 are now due 3/5/2012; and Section III.C. pretrial documents currently due 3/6/2012 are now due 3/8/2012 by 5:00 p.m. Please access entire Second Amended Trial Management Order (attached) by document number hyperlink. (rsm)
|February 23, 2012
ORDER: Plaintiffs' motion to supplement response 41 to defendant's motion for summary judgment is denied; plaintiffs' motion to strike evidence included in their response is denied; defendant's motion to strike evidence included in it's reply brief is granted in part as stated herein and the remainder of the motion is moot for purposes of summary judgment; defendant's motions for summary judgment 22 are denied; and plaintiffs' motion for leave to fi le third amended complaint 39 is granted in part and denied in part as stated herein. Ordered and signed by Magistrate Judge Mark D. Clarke. (rsm) (Additional attachment(s) added on 2/23/2012: # 1 Attachment Remainder of original document) (rsm).
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