Dahly v. United Parcel Service, Inc., et al

Filing 38

MINUTE ENTRY for proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer: In Court Hearing held on 7/8/2014. ORDERED: Motion to Leave to File Cross Claim Against Defendant United Parcel Service, Inc. 17 is GRANTED. Cross-Claim is deemed as filed today. Dispositive Motion deadline is 9/8/14.FTR: Courtroom A-402. (amont)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer Civil Action: 14-cv-00444-LTB-CBS Courtroom Deputy: Amanda Montoya Date: July 8, 2014 FTR – Reporter Deck-Courtroom A402 Parties: Counsel: WILLIAM DAHLY No Counsel Present Plaintiff, v. UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, INC., et al. Michael Sullivan Brian Petroff Defendant. COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER HEARING: IN COURT HEARING Court in session: 10:32 a.m. Court calls case. Appearances of counsel. The record reflects that James M. Hult, attorney for the Plaintiff, is not present in the Courtroom, has not contacted Magistrate Judge Shaffer’s chambers, and his presence at the hearing has not been excused. Mr. Petroff provides verbal argument for Motion to Leave to File Cross-Claim Against Defendant United Parcel Service, Inc. [17]. Mr. Sullivan provides verbal rebuttal argument for Motion to Leave to File Cross-Claim Against Defendant United Parcel Service, Inc. [17]. Discussion regarding what discovery is left to complete, what discovery has been completed, the Court recites case law from similar cases, ORDERED: Motion to Leave to File Cross-Claim Against Defendant United Parcel Service, Inc.[17] is GRANTED. Cross-Claim is deemed as filed today. Dispositive Motion deadline is September 8, 2014. Hearing Concluded. Court in recess: 11:59 a.m. Time in court: 01:27 To order transcripts of hearings with Magistrate Judge Shaffer, please contact Avery Woods Reporting at (303) 825-6119 or toll free at 1-800-962-3345.

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