General Steel Domestic Sales, LLC v. Steelwise, LLC et al
Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge David M. Ebel: Motion Hearing held on 2/26/2009. Taking under advisement 150 Motion to Dismiss Party ; taking under advisement 165 Motion to Dismiss; taking under advisement 166 Motion to Dismiss; taking under advisement 170 Motion to Dismiss; taking under advisement 172 Motion to Dismiss; taking under advisement 174 Motion to Strike. (Court Reporter Terri Lindblom.) (ebs, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO JUDGE DAVID M. EBEL _____________________________________________________________________ Courtroom Deputy: Deborah Hansen Date: February 26, 2009 Court Reporter: Terri Lindblom _____________________________________________________________________ Civil Case No. 07-cv-01145-DME-KMT (Consolidated with Case No. 07-cv-02170) GENERAL STEEL DOMESTIC SALES, LLC, d/b/a GENERAL STEEL CORPORATION, a Colorado limited liability company, Plaintiff, v. STEELWISE, LLC, et al., and DENVER BOULDER BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU, et al., Defendants. Paul Grant Jeff Roberts Thomas Kelley Steven Zansberg Patrick Carrigan Holli Hartman Marc Flink Counsel: R. Daniel Scheid Daniel M. Reilly Kent Modesitt
_____________________________________________________________________ COURTROOM MINUTES _____________________________________________________________________ HEARING ON MOTIONS 08:38 a.m. Appearances Discussion concerning Defendant Steelwise Steelwise as a corporation is not represented at this time. Motion to Strike Immaterial and Impertinent Portions of the Second Amended Complaint on Behalf of the BBB Defendants: 1 Court in Session
08:44 Argument by Mr. Kelley 09:00 Argument by Mr. Scheid Motions to Dismiss: 09:07 Argument by Mr. Zansberg 09:23 Argument by Mr. Carrigan 09:28 Argument by Mr. Grant 09:44 Argument by Mr. Flink 10:00 Argument by Mr. Scheid ORDERED: Motions taken under advisement. 10:39 a.m. Court in Recess Hearing concluded Time: 2/01
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