HealthTrio, LLC v. Aetna Inc. et al

Filing 45

COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER for proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Michael J. Watanabe: Motion Hearing held on 6/6/2013.Taking under advisement 32 defendants' Motion to Amend the Court's Order for Briefing on Markman Hearing. Court Reporter: FTR - Ellen E. Miller. FTR: Courtroom A502. (mjwcd)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Magistrate Judge Michael J. Watanabe Civil Action No. 12-cv-03229-REB-MJW FTR - Courtroom A-502 Date: Courtroom Deputy, Ellen E. Miller June 06, 2013 Counsel Parties HEALTHTRIO, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company, Benjamin B. Lieb Gordie D. “Don” Puckett Rajkumar Vinnakota (by telephone) Plaintiff(s), v. AETNA, INC., a Pennsylvania corporation, ACTIVEHEALTH MANAGEMENT, INC., a Delaware corporation, and MEDICITY, INC., a Delaware corporation, David L. Glandorf Matthew B. Lehr (by telephone) Austin D. Tarango (by telephone) Defendant(s). COURTROOM MINUTES / MINUTE ORDER HEARING: MOTION HEARING Court in Session: 2:00 p.m. Court calls case. Appearances of counsel. Also present in Plaintiff in-house counsel representative Asthma Hasan. Court raises defendants’ Motion to Amend the Court’s Order for Briefing on Markman Hearing for argument. This motion is referred to the Court for recommendation. This motion is in regard to Judge Blackburn’s Order for Briefing on Markman Issues [Docket No. 14, filed December 11, 2012]. Argument on behalf of defendant by Mr. Lehr. Argument on behalf of plaintiff by Mr. Puckett It is ORDERED: Hearing concluded. Defendant’s MOTION TO AMEND THE COURT’S ORDER FOR BRIEFING ON MARKMAN HEARING [Docket No. 32, filed May 01, 2013] is TAKEN UNDER ADVISEMENT. The Court will issue its written recommendation. Court in recess: 2:28 To order a transcript of this proceedings, contact Avery Woods Reports Total In-Court Time 00:28 (303) 825-6119 or Toll Free 1-800-962-3345.

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