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06-1367 - Cedar View, Ltd. v. Colpetzer


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06-1367 - Cedar View, Ltd. v. Colpetzer
October 23, 2007
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Memorandum and Order that the court grants all of the pending summary judgment motions: Cedar View I [Docket Nos. 253, 254, 256, 257, 278]; Cedar View II [Docket Nos. 31, 34, 36] and grants judgment as a matter of law on all pending claims. As all pending claims have been resolved, the court hereby dismisses both actions in their entirety.This order is final and appealable. Signed by Judge Ann Aldrich on 10-23-07.(K,V) Modified text on 11/5/2007 (C, Br).
October 23, 2007
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Order of Case that the court has granted all of the pending summary judgment motions: Cedar View I [Docket Nos. 253, 254, 256, 257, 278]; Cedar View II [Docket Nos. 31, 34, 36], and granted judgment as a matter of law on all pending claims. As all pending claims have been resolved, the court hereby dismisses both actions in their entirety. This judgment is final and appealable. Signed by Judge Ann Aldrich on 10-23-07.(K,V)
September 30, 2008
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Order (Related Doc # 82)(Related Doc # 83)(Related Doc # 86)tht motion for new trial will be construed as a motion for reconsideration pursuant to Rule 59(e)along with defendants' motion to strike will be considered as an opposition. Cedar View's motion to reconsider is granted. Following the court's reconsideration on the issues brief in documents 365 and 82, a separate order will be issued. Judge Ann Aldrich on 9-30-08.(K,V)
October 9, 2008
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Memorandum Opinion and Order The evidence before this court leads this court to conclude that no rational juror could find that Colpetzer and Moose knew or had reason to know that the prior outbreak was caused by salmonella. As a result, Colpetzer and Moose are entitled to judgment as a matter of law. The court, therefore, affirms its decision to grant Colpetzer's and Moose's motions for summary judgment on the issue of their alleged breach of an implied warranty. This order is final and appealable. Related document 89. Signed by Judge Ann Aldrich on 10/9/08. (K,K)