Trust Department of First National Bank of Santa Fe et al v. Burton Co. Inc.
ORDER: By May 2, 2014, the parties SHALL FILE a joint status report apprising the court of the current state of the case and all matters relevant to the final settlement and dismissal of the claims herein. By Judge Robert E. Blackburn on 4/24/2014. (klyon, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Judge Robert E. Blackburn
Civil Case No. 11-cv-01629-REB-CBS
THE TRUST DEPARTMENT OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SANTA FE, COLORADO
BRANCH, and RICHARD QUANZ as CO-TRUSTEES and REPRESENTATIVES OF
THE IRREVOCABLE TRUST OF STEPHEN MELENDY, and
NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD,
THE BURTON CORPORATION,
This matter is before me sua sponte. On February 6, 2014, I granted the parties’
Joint Motion For Extension of Time to File Dismissal Documents [#201]. (See Minute
Order [#202], filed February 6, 2014.) Therein, I vacated the then extant deadline for
the submission of dismissal documents “pending approval of the parties’ settlement by a
court of competent jurisdiction.” (See id. ¶ 2.) I further granted the parties leave to file
a petition under Rule 16 of the Colorado Rules of Probate Procedure seeking such
approval from this court, provided they could establish the court’s jurisdiction to do so.
(Id. ¶ 3.) However, no such motion has been filed with this court, and there is no
indication from the docket of where the parties presently stand in relation to submitting
their dismissal documents.
Given the age of this case, I believe it is prudent to require the parties to keep the
court apprised of the ongoing progress toward final resolution of the claims asserted
herein. I therefore will order the parties to submit a joint status report.
THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED that by May 2, 2014, the parties SHALL FILE a
joint status report apprising the court of the current state of the case and all matters
relevant to the final settlement and dismissal of the claims herein.
Dated April 24, 2014, at Denver, Colorado.
BY THE COURT:
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