Green v. LifeVest Publishing, Inc. et al

Filing 59

Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge Philip A. Brimmer. Motion Hearing held on 9/2/2009. Denying without prejudice 49 Motion to Dismiss and Granting in Part and Denying in Part 56 Motion for Order. (Court Reporter Janet Coppock) (pabcd)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO JUDGE PHILIP A. BRIMMER COURTROOM MINUTES Courtroom Deputy: Kathy Preuitt-Parks Court Reporter: Janet Coppock Date: September 2, 2009 Time: one hour and 15 minutes CASE NO. 09-cv-00925-PAB-MEH Parties WENDY GREEN, individually and as guardian for JONATHAN WEIKEL, Plaintiff (s), vs. LIFEVEST PUBLISHING, INC., DAVID WEIKEL, BETH WEIKEL, and BY HIS DESIGN, LLC., William Lahey Brenda Speer Counsel Kevin Neiman Robert Horowitz Defendant (s). HEARING ON FINAL ORDER 10:06 a.m. COURT IN SESSION APPEARANCES OF COUNSEL. Defendant David Weikel is present. Page Two 09-cv-00925-PAB-MEH September 2, 2009 Court and counsel review the proposed stipulated order and its revisions. Court will take a recess to allow counsel to confer and make any additional revisions. 11:18 a.m. 11:56 a.m. COURT IN RECESS COURT IN SESSION Revised stipulated order has been reviewed by counsel and further revisions are made. Affirmations made by counsel as to their agreement of the proposed final order. ORDERED: Counter Claim Defendant Wendy Green's Motion to Dismiss Counterclaim (Doc #49), filed 6/25/09 is DENIED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. ORDERED: Stipulated Motion for Order to (I) Enter Final Stipulated Order; (II) Motion to Dismiss; and (III) Administratively Close Case (Doc #56), filed 8/20/09 is GRANTED in PART and DENIED in PART, as stated on the record. ORDERED: Final Order shall issue. 12:09 a..m. COURT IN RECESS Total in court time: Hearing concluded 75 minutes

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