Ralston et al v. Salba Corp. N.A.

Filing 36

COURTROOM MINUTES - Minute Entry for proceedings held before Judge Christine M. Arguello: Motion Hearing held on 10/29/2009. Granting Petition to Compel Arbitration 1 ; denying 33 Motion for Ruling; finding as moot 22 Motion for Leave; granting plaintiffs' motion for attorney's fees. Plaintiffs shall file their brief and supporting documentation within 10 days of today's date. (Court Reporter Darlene Martinez.) (cmacd)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO JUDGE CHRISTINE M. ARGUELLO Courtroom Deputy: Valeri P. Barnes Court Reporter: Darlene Martinez Date: October 29, 2009 Civil Action No. 09-cv-02142-CMA-MJW Parties: WILLIAM A. RALSTON, RICHARD L. RALSTON, and SALBA SMART NATURAL PRODUCTS, LLC, Plaintiff, v. SALBA CORP., N.A., Defendant. ______________________________________________________________________ COURTROOM MINUTES ______________________________________________________________________ HEARING: Motion 1:49 p.m. Court in session. Tobin Kern David Wood (telephonically) Counsel: Stephen Gurr Also present: Plaintiffs William Ralston, Richard Ralston and Salba Smart Natural Products, LLL's client representative Alfredo Mealla. Argument on the Petition to Compel Arbitration (1) and Defendant's Emergency Motion for Leave of Court to Obtain Limited, Expedited Discovery (22). 2:53 p.m. 3:13 p.m. Court in recess. Court in session. Oral findings and conclusions of law are made of record and incorporated herein. ORDER: ORDER: ORDER: ORDER: Petition to Compel Arbitration (1) is granted. Defendant's Emergency Motion for Leave of Court to Obtain Limited, Expedited Discovery (22) is denied as moot. Defendant's Request for Judicial Notice (33) is denied. Plaintiffs' Motion for Attorney's Fees is granted. Plaintiffs shall file their Brief and supporting documentation as to attorney's fees within 10 days of today's date. Court in recess/hearing concluded. 3:31 p.m Total in-court time: 1:22 2

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