Old Republic Insurance Company et al v. Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 30, 2015
ORDER signed by Judge Rudolph T. Randa on 9/30/2015. 23 Plaintiffs' MOTION for Summary Judgment GRANTED to the extent that Liberty is liable for defense costs of Martinez lawsuit as of 4/4/2012 and DENIED with respect to Liberty's liabili ty for defense of Johnson lawsuit and property damage claim and settlement of Johnson and Martinez lawsuits. Dollar amount of defense costs for Martinez lawsuit beginning 4/4/2012 to be determined. 50 Defendant's MOTION for Summary Judgment GR ANTED to the extent that Liberty is not liable for defense costs of Johnson lawsuit and settlement of Johnson and Martinez lawsuits and DENIED as to Liberty's liability for defense costs of the Martinez lawsuit and liability for property damage claim. (cc: all counsel)(cb)
|December 16, 2014
ORDER signed by Judge Rudolph T. Randa on 12/16/2014. 27 Plaintiff's MOTION for Protective Order Limiting Depositions DENIED. Plaintiff's must produce Meier, Hill, and McDermott for deposition in Colorado no later than 1/16/2015. Libery M utual awarded reasonable expenses incurred in opposing protective order motion: by 12/30/2014 parties to engage in good faith effort to agree to amount of expenses and file stipulated proposed order; if parties cannot reach stipulation Liberty Mutual must file itemized claim by 1/7/2015 and Plaintiff's must file objections by 1/15/2015. (cc: all counsel)(cb)
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