Liebhart, William et al v. SPX Corporation et al
||William Liebhart, Nancy Liebhart, Jacob Liebhart and Emily Liebhart
||SPX Corporation, TRC Companies, Inc. and Apollo Dismanteling Services, Inc.
||October 21, 2016
||US District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin
||Stephen L. Crocker
||James D. Peterson
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|May 20, 2019
OPINION and ORDER denying 239 Motion to Amend Complaint; granting in part and denying in part 236 Request for Deadlines Based on New Evidence of Widespread Dangerous PCB Levels, 243 Motion to Limit the Issues Addressed on Remand and to Sch edule Briefing. The parties may have until June 3, 2019, to file opening briefs addressing the question whether defendants are entitled to summary judgment under the standard articulated by the court of appeals. The parties may have until June 27, 2019, to file response briefs. Signed by District Judge James D. Peterson on 5/20/2019. (kwf)
|March 30, 2018
OPINION & ORDER granting 79 Motion for Summary Judgment; granting 89 Motion for Summary Judgment; granting 102 Motion for Summary Judgment; denying 86 Motion for Partial Summary Judgment; granting in part and otherwise denying as moot 80 , 81 , 90 , 91 , 105 , 106 Motions in Limine to Exclude the Opinions of David Carpenter and John Woodyard; denying 164 Motion for Leave to Supplement Carpenter's Expert Report; denying 176 Motion for Leave to Amend Complaint; denying as moot 188 Motion to Strike; denying as moot 192 , 197 , 198 Motions in Limine to Exclude Opinion of Jonathan Libber. Signed by District Judge James D. Peterson on 3/30/2018. (kwf)
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