American Family Mutual Insurance Company, Inc. v. Denver Haslam et al
ORDER granting 632 Motion to Dismiss Claims and Dismissing all Remaining Claims and This Action by Judge David M. Ebel on 10/30/12.(jjhsl, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 1:09-cv-00724-DME-MEH
AMERICAN FAMILY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
COMMERCIAL CAPITAL, INC., et. al,
ORDER GRANTING UNOPPOSED JOINT MOTION TO DISMISS CLAIMS AND
DISMISSING ALL REMAINING CLAIMS AND THIS ACTION
THIS MATTER having come before the Court on American Family Mutual Insurance
Company’s (“American Family”), OneWest Bank, FSB (“OneWest”) and Deutsche Bank
National Trust Company (“Deutsche Bank”) (collectively “the Banks”) and Commercial Capital
Inc., (“CCI), by and through its Chapter 11 Trustee (“CCI Trustee”) (hereafter referred to as
“the Parties”) Unopposed Joint Motion to Dismiss Claims by and among them with prejudice
and dismiss any remaining claims in this case based on an absence of subject matter jurisdiction,
and the Court having reviewed the Motion and being fully informed regarding the same, finds
that good cause exists to grant the Motion.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the Parties’ Unopposed Joint Motion to Dismiss
Claims among them with prejudice is hereby GRANTED. The claims existing between and
among American Family, OneWest Bank, FSB, Deutsche Bank National Trust Company, and
Commercial Capital Inc., and the claims against Meritplan are hereby dismissed with prejudice,
with each party to bear their own fees and costs. Any remaining claims in this case are
dismissed without prejudice based on an absence of subject matter jurisdiction. This action is
Dated: October 30, 2012.
s/ David M. Ebel
The Honorable David M. Ebel
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