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06-542 - KRAUS INDUSTRIES, INC. v. MOORE, et al.


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06-542 - KRAUS INDUSTRIES, INC. v. MOORE, et al.
September 18, 2007
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MEMORANDUM OPINION (Re 55 MOTION to Dismiss Amended Counterclaim re 35 Amended Counterclaim, filed by KRAUS INDUSTRIES, INC., 58 Brief in Opposition to Motion filed by 3-J MACHINING SERVICES, INC., JERRY MOORE); (details more fully stated in said Opinion); an appropriate Order to follow. Signed by Judge Nora Barry Fischer on 9/18/07.(jg)
February 11, 2008
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MEMORANDUM ORDER granting in part and denying in part 76 Motion to Compel Olson Industries to Comply with Discovery and Motion for Sanctions; that denies the motion as to Interrogatories 14 and 15. The Court also denies the motion as to Interrogatory 16 insofar as the same requests communications between Messrs. Kraus and Transue occurring after Transues employment and in the presence of counsel; however, the Court grants the motion as to Interrogatory 16 insofar as the same requests communications between Messrs. Kraus and Transue occurring after Transues employment and outside the presence of counsel and/or not at the direction of counsel. The Court further denies the motion as to Interrogatories 17 and 19; however, Defendants may re-write the same and serve them upon Plaintiff by February 15, 2008 and Plaintiff shall respond by February 22, 2008. The Court grants the motion as to Interrogatory 18 and Plaintiff shall respond fully and completely, to the extent that it has not done so already. As to financial documents, the Court denies the motion but Defendants may serve a proper discovery request upon Plaintiff by February 15, 2008 and Plaintiff shall respond by February 22, 2008. Finally, as to the time limit of depositions, the Court will permit the deposition of Defendant Moore to exceed the seven hour time limit, and the Court will consider the same as to Mr. Transue, if and when it becomes necessary to do so; details more fully stated in said Order. Signed by Judge Nora Barry Fischer on 2/11/08.(jg)