Update: In court last week, March 28-April1

Steve Gonzalez Apr. 2, 2005, 6:30am

Andrew Wood v. Lewis & Clark Marine Inc.

  • Defendant’s motion to compel examination of plaintiff was denied by Circuit Judge Andy Matoesian. Wood was not required to attend a rehabilitation exam.

    Timothy Young v. British Petroleum et.al.
  • Defendant's motion to dismiss Young’s third amended complaint was continued until May 12, 2005, at 8:30 a.m.

    Allen Wyre v. Lakin Law Firm
  • Judge Matoesian dismissed the complaint without prejudice; Lakin’s motion for sanctions was not heard.

    Mark Eavenson, Daniel Jones v. State Farm Insurance
  • Plaintiff’s motion to compel was denied by Circuit Judge Andy Matoesian. Matoesian also ordered plaintiffs to file their response to State Farm’s motion to compel arbitration by May 27.

    Hubert Gibbs v. AW Chesterton et.al.
  • CSR Ltd., Alberici Construction, General Gasket, and United Refractories were dismissed from this asbestos case. Judge Stack set a trial date of June 13 in Courtroom 327 for defendants Georgia-Pacific, Ingersol-Rand, and Foseco.

    Steven Frame v. AW Chesterton et.al
  • Judge Stack dismissed Graybar Electric, Cooper Electric, General Gasket, and Okonite and set a June 13 trial date for Monsanto, Georgia-Pacific, and Bondex. John Crane filed a motion to dismiss the complaint.

    Mary Meloche v. John Crane et.al.
  • Defendant Welco’s motion to strike prayer for punitive damages in Count II was granted by Circuit Judge Daniel Stack. Welco also filed a motion to dismiss based on forum non conveniens.

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