Porter v. American Family Mutual Insurance Company
VACATED Minute ORDER striking 77 Motion in Limine; striking 78 Motion in Limine; striking 79 Motion in Limine; striking 80 Motion in Limine. Parties are reminded to review all of the Practice Standards as they pertain to trial preparation, and to comply with D.C.COLO.LCivR 7.1 for all motions submitted to this Court. Entered by Judge Wiley Y. Daniel on 09/17/15.(jhawk, ) Modified on 9/17/2015 vacated pursuant to the minute order of 09/17/15 (jhawk, ).
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Senior Judge Wiley Y. Daniel
Civil Action No.
DANIEL L. PORTER,
AMERICAN FAMILY MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, a Wisconsin corporation,
ORDER ENTERED BY SENIOR JUDGE WILEY Y. DANIEL
Plaintiff Daniel L. Porter’s Motions in Limine were filed as follows: Motion in
Limine Re Testimony of Defense Expert Giometti (ECF No. 77), filed August 7, 2015;
Motion in Limine to Exclude Certain Testimony of Taylor and Jacobson (ECF No. 78),
filed August 11, 2015.
Defendant American Family Mutual Insurance Company’s Motions in Limine were
filed as follows: Motion in Limine to Preclude Argument or Testimony that American
Family Had Any Duty to Advance Payment of Unaccepted Offers to Settle (ECF No. 79),
filed August 11, 2015; Motion in Limine to Limit or Exclude Testimony of Plaintiffs
Insurance Bad Faith Expert, Richard Laugesen (ECF No. 80), filed August 11, 2015.
These Motions in Limine (ECF Nos. 77, 78, 79, 80) are STRICKEN from the record
with leave to refile for failure to comply with the Practice Standards of this Court,
§ III(C)(1). Such motions may be filed not earlier than seventy-five (75) days and not
later than thirty (30) days prior to the Trial Preparation Conference, which is currently
scheduled for January 21, 2016.
Parties are reminded to review all of the Practice Standards as they pertain to trial
preparation, and to comply with D.C.COLO.LCivR 7.1 for all motions submitted to this
Dated: September 17, 2015
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