Buccaneer Energy (USA) Inc. v. Gunnison Energy Corporation et al

Filing 74

Courtroom Minutes for Motion Hearing held on 7/25/2014 before Judge Richard P. Matsch. ORDERED: Plaintiffs Motion to Compel 68 , is held in abeyance and counsel shall withdraw motion if issue is resolved. FTR: K. Terasaki. (jsmit)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Senior District Judge Richard P. Matsch Date: July 25, 2014 Courtroom Deputy: J. Chris Smith FTR Technician: Kathy Terasaki ____________________________________________________________________________________ Civil Action No. 12-cv-01618-RPM BUCCANEER ENERGY (USA) INC., a Nevada corporation, Plaintiff, Ronald L. Wilcox Stephen C. Peters William A Cohan v. GUNNISON ENERGY CORPORATION, a Delaware corporation, SG INTERESTS I, LTD, a Texas limited partnership, and SG INTERESTS VII, LTD. a Texas limited partnership Timothy R. Beyer Peter J. Korneffel, Jr. Mark S. Barron Defendants. ____________________________________________________________________________________ COURTROOM MINUTES ____________________________________________________________________________________ Hearing on Motions to Compel 10:24 a.m. Court in session. Court’s preliminary remarks and states its understanding of the dispute with respect to the pending motion to compel. In response to Court’s inquiry, counsel state both state interstate and intrastate lines are unregulated with respect to rate regulations. Argument by Mr. Wilcox. Argument by Mr. Korneffel. Statements by Mr. Wilcox regarding damages. Court instructs plaintiff to confer with its experts to narrow and clarify its discovery requests, then resubmit them to defendant. ORDERED: Plaintiff’s Motion to Compel [68], is held in abeyance and counsel shall withdraw motion if issue is resolved. 10:50 a.m. Court in recess. Hearing concluded. Total time: 26 min.

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