Zurich American Insurance Company et al v. Acadia Insurance Company

Filing 47

MINUTE ENTRY for proceedings held before Magistrate Judge Craig B. Shaffer: Motion Hearing held on 1/29/2015. ORDERED: The Phase II discovery deadline is VACATED and Phase II discovery will be held in ABEYANCE pending a ruling on summary judgment motions filed on January 23, 2015. MOTION 36 to Compel is WITHDRAWN without prejudice.The Final Pretrial Conference set for September 24, 2015 is VACATED. 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‐01273‐CMA‐CBS      Date: January 29, 2015  Courtroom Deputy: Amanda Montoya    FTR – Reporter Deck‐Courtroom A402    Parties: Counsel: ZURICH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, et al., Todd Jaworsky Plaintiff, v. ACADIA INSURANCE COMPANY, Kevin Amatuzio Claire Munger Defendant.   COURTROOM MINUTES/MINUTE ORDER HEARING:  MOTION HEARING  Court in session: 01:32 p.m.  Court calls case.  Appearances of counsel.    This hearing was set in regards to MOTION [36] to Compel.  Parties are in agreement to  withdraw Motion to Compel without prejudice.  Parties make an oral motion to vacate Phase II  discovery deadlines and hold Phase II discovery in abeyance pending a ruling on motions for  summary judgment filed on January 23, 2015.      ORDERED:  Parties’ oral motion is GRANTED and the Phase II discovery deadline is VACATED  and Phase II discovery will be held in ABEYANCE pending a ruling on summary  judgment motions filed on January 23, 2015.        MOTION [36] to Compel is WITHDRAWN without prejudice.        The Final Pretrial Conference set for September 24, 2015 is VACATED.    HEARING CONCLUDED.    Court in recess: 01:43 p.m.  Total time in court: 00:11      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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