RCL Properties, Inc. et al v. USA et al
Minute Entry for Hearing on Joint Motion to Vacate Pretrial Deadlines held before Judge Lewis T. Babcock: ORDERED:The September 14, 2009 trial date is VACATED. The Joint Motion to Vacate Pretrial Deadlines 112 is GRANTED. ORDERED:The parties shall submit joint status reports every 20 days. (Court Reporter Gwen Daniel.) (ltbcd)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO JUDGE LEWIS T. BABCOCK _____________________________________________________________________ Date: August 14, 2009 Courtroom Deputy: Deborah Hansen Court Reporter: Gwen Daniel _____________________________________________________________________ Civil Case No. 08-cv-00055-LTB-KLM RCL PROPERTIES, INC., et al., Plaintiffs, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Defendant. _____________________________________________________________________ COURTROOM MINUTES _____________________________________________________________________ Hearing - Joint Motion to Vacate Pretrial Deadlines 10:00 a.m. Appearances Court's comments Statement by Mr. Harvey Statement by Mr. Watson ORDERED: The September 14, 2009 trial date is VACATED. The Joint Motion to Vacate Pretrial Deadlines (Doc No. 112) is GRANTED. ORDERED: The parties shall submit joint status reports every 20 days. Mr. Harvey's comments Court in Session Rick Watson (by telephone) Counsel: Larry Harvey
Mr. Harvey requests the Court retain jurisdiction while a computation of the tax refund is made. Mr. Harvey's further comments - if they have some settlement as to, just say, a deficiency, or a deductible amount, and they don't have a tax computation, how would the Court like to see that handled as far as a stipulation. Mr. Watson's comments Further comments by Mr. Harvey Court's further comments If the parties can't get the computation and need more time, the Court can go along with that as well in retaining jurisdiction. THE PARTIES MIGHT INCORPORATE IN THEIR STATUS REPORTS WHERE THEY ARE ON THAT FACET OF THE CASE. 10:05 a.m. Court in Recess Hearing concluded Time: /05
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