Artisan and Truckers Casualty Company et al v. John Zaccar Cranley Northwest Pilot Car Service et al
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|January 3, 2014
Opinion and Order: The Court DISMISSES Ford as a party pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 21. The Court GRANTS in part and DENIES in part BNSF's Motion 14 for Summary Judgment joined by the Cranley Defendants and Defendants Williams and White and DECLARES Plaintiffs have a duty to defend Sue Cranley in Case No. 2011-44266 in the District Court of Harris County, Texas, 189th Judicial District. The Court, however, DENIES as premature BNSF's Motion 14 for Summary Judgment joined by the Cranley Defendants and Defendants Williams and White as to Plaintiffs' duty to indemnify Sue Cranley with leave to amend at a later date if appropriate. The Court also DENIES Plaintiffs' Cross-Motion 20 for Summa ry Judgment based on the same analysis. Finally, the Court STAYS this action until July 3, 2014, or until the underlying Texas litigation is resolved, whichever comes first. If the Texas litigation is resolved first, the parties shall advise the Court within ten days of resolution. Signed on 01/03/2014 by Judge Anna J. Brown. See attached 19 page Opinion and Order for full text. (bb)
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