Logunovskiy v. Geico, Government Employees Insurance Company

Filing 29

COURTROOM MINUTES for Motion Hearing held on 7/31/2014 before Magistrate Judge Kathleen M. Tafoya. ORDERED: Defendant's Motion for Protective Order 20 is GRANTED IN PART, as stated on record. FTR: KMT C201. (sgrim)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Magistrate Judge Kathleen M. Tafoya Civil Action No: Courtroom Deputy: 13-cv-02644-REB-KMT Sabrina Grimm Date: July 31, 2014 FTR: Courtroom C-201 Parties: Counsel: REBECCA LOGUNOVSKIY, an individual, Edward Holub Plaintiff, v. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES INSURANCE COMPANY, a Maryland corporation Michael Simpson Defendant. COURTROOM MINUTES MOTION HEARING 10:21 a.m. Court in session. Court calls case. Appearances of counsel. Court states its understanding of the issue. Discussion and argument regarding the deposition of Lisa Thomopulos and the Rule 30(b)(6) designee of the Defendant. Court states the company’s policies or compliance with policy is not relevant when no bad faith claim is asserted. The adjuster may be asked what she considered, what she did not consider and if she did not consider something, why she did not consider it. How she evaluated the case is irrelevant. Mr. Simpson states background information with respect to the accident and Defendant’s position that Plaintiff’s miscarriage is not a covered event. Discussion and review of the topics contained in the Notice of Deposition of Defendant at document [20-2]. ORDERED: Defendant’s Motion for Protective Order [20] is GRANTED IN PART, as stated on record. Court confirms that Ms. Thompulos is subject to the same rulings as the Rule 30(b)(6) witness as far as permissible topics. 11:06 a.m. Court in recess. Hearing concluded. Total in-court time 00:45 *To obtain a transcript of this proceeding, please contact Avery Woods Reporting at (303) 825-6119. 2

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