Cook, et al v. Rockwell Intl Corp

Filing 2358

JUDGMENT by Clerk in favor of Dow Chemical Company, Rockwell International Corporation against Bank Western, Delores Schierkolk, Gertrude Babb, Lorren Babb, Merilyn Cook, Michael Dean Rice, Peggy J. Sandoval, Rhonda J. Deimer, Richard Bartlett, Sally Bartlett, Stephen Sandoval, Thomas L. Deimer, William Schierkolk, Jr re: 2356 Order on Motion for Order. Action dismissed with prejudice. Each side to bear own costs. Entered by Clerk on February 27, 2014. (ebutl)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Civil Action No. 90-cv-00181-JLK MERILYN COOK, et al., Plaintiffs, v. ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION and THE DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY, Defendants. JUDGMENT On February 27, 2014, Judge Kane issued an Order APPROVING the parties' Stipulation for Dismissal and directing the Entry of Judgment (Doc. 2356). Accordingly, Judgment is hereby entered in favor of Defendants and against Plaintiffs as follows: 1. In light of the Tenth Circuit Decision on appeal from the jury's verdict in this case, Plaintiffs will not pursue any claims under the PAA unless the Tenth Circuit Decision is overturned or modified. 2. Accordingly, the Court's ruling on remand that "Plaintiffs may not litigate this case outside the PAA," (January 28, 2014 Order at 13), means that Plaintiffs have no further claims to litigate in the district court unless that ruling is overturned on appeal or unless the Tenth Circuit Decision is overturned or modified. 3. So that Plaintiffs may immediately appeal from the January 28 Order, this action is DISMISSED with prejudice. Each side is to bear its own costs. Dated at Denver, Colorado this 27th day of February, 2014. FOR THE COURT: JEFFREY P. COLWELL, CLERK By: s/ Edward P. Butler Edward P. Butler, Deputy Clerk

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