Great Northern Insurance Company v. Architects Collaborative, P.C., The et al

Filing 71

ORDER DISMISSING CASE with prejudice in the matter stated in the Stipulation, each party to pay their own costs and attorney's fees, by Judge Richard P. Matsch on 4/20/2012. (rpmcd)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Civil Action No.: 10-CV-01191-RPM-BNB GREAT NORTHERN INSURANCE COMPANY, an Indiana corporation; Plaintiff, v. THE ARCHITECTS COLLABORATIVE, P.C., a Colorado corporation; KENNETH B. ALEXANDER; CONTROLLED HYDRONICS, INC., a Colorado corporation; and MASCO CONTRACTOR SERVICES CENTRAL, INC. d/b/a ACE INSULATION, a Florida corporation; Defendants. _________________________________________________________________________________ ORDER FOR DISMISSAL _________________________________________________________________________________ THIS MATTER came before the Court on the Stipulation for Dismissal of the Plaintiff Great Northern Insurance Company, Defendant The Architects Collaborative, P.C, Defendant Kenneth B. Alexander, Defendant Controlled Hydronics, Inc., and Defendant Builder Services Group d/b/a Ace Insulation, captioned as “Masco Contractor Services Central, Inc., d/b/a Ace Insulation.” The Court, being fully advised in the premises, finds that the Stipulation should be approved and that the abovecaptioned lawsuit should be dismissed with prejudice in the manner stated in the Stipulation. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that the Stipulation for Dismissal is approved and the abovecaptioned lawsuit is dismissed, with prejudice in the matter stated in the Stipulation, each party to pay their own costs and attorney’s fees. DATED this 20th day of April, 2012. BY THE COURT: s/Richard P. Matsch _________________________________ Richard P. Matsch, Senior District Judge

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