D&H Therapy Associates, LLC et al v. Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company
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|March 8, 2010
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER as to 56 MOTION for Reconsideration With Supporting Memo by Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company and 61 MOTION for Reconsideration with Supporting Memo by all plaintiffs: The Court reaffirms is grant of summary judgment in De fendant's favor on all counts of Plaintiffs' Complaint, as well as its order denying Plaintiffs' partial motion for summary judgment on liability only on three counts of the Complaint; however, in reconsidering its earlier ruling, the Court has determined that it must grant Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment on Defendant's counterclaim, which claim must be dismissed as a matter of law. So Ordered by Judge William E. Smith on 3/8/10. (Jackson, Ryan)
|September 2, 2009
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment on Plaintiff's Amended Complaint is hereby granted, resulting in the dismissal of all counts. Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment on its counterclaim is denied. Plain tiff's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment on Counts III, IV and V of their Amended Complaint and on Defendant's Counterclaim is also denied. No judgments shall enter in this case until all claims are resolved. So Ordered by Judge William E Smith on 9/2/2009. (Smith, Rana)
|October 20, 2008
ORDER denying 28 Motion to Compel. So Ordered by Magistrate Judge David L. Martin on 10/20/08. (Noel, Jeannine)
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