In the Matter of the Complaint of Columbia Leasing L.L.C. as Previous Owner, and Columbia Coastal Transport, L.L.C., as Present Owner and Previous Owner Pro Hac Vice of the Barge Columbia Houston Offi v. NONE
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|February 20, 2014
ORDER Granting 79 Motion to Voluntarily Dismiss. For the reasons set forth above, the Mullens' motion for voluntary dismissal pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. Rule 41(a) (2) is GRANTED, as there is no unfair prejudice to Ceres. Therefore, the Mullens' crossclaims against Ceres are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Such dismissal brings this action to an end. Signed by District Judge Mark S. Davis and filed on 2/20/14. Copies distributed to all counsel of record 2/20/14. (ldab, )
|January 10, 2014
OPINION AND ORDER - granting 46 Motion for Summary Judgment. The Mullens' motion for relief pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. Rule 56(d) is DISMISSED AS MOOT, as the discovery disputes have since been resolved and, in any event, the evidence so ught would not have aided the Court in its decision. Plaintiffs' motion for summary judgment is GRANTED, as the Mullens have failed to show that there is any genuine issue of material fact as to whether Plaintiffs violated any of the duties owed to them. Therefore, the Mullens' claims against Plaintiffs are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE, and Ceres' contribution claim against Limitation Plaintiffs is DISMISSED AS MOOT, as Plaintiffs are not liable to the Mullens for their negligence claims. IT IS SO ORDERED. Signed by District Judge Mark S. Davis and filed on 1/10/14. Copies distributed to all counsel of record 1/10/14. (ldab, )
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