RK Mechanical, Inc. v. Centerre Construction, Inc. et al
COURTROOM MINUTES for Motion Hearing held before Judge Richard P. Matsch on 12/11/2015. Deeming moot 18 Defendants' Motion to Dismiss. Denying 22 Defendants' Motion to Dismiss the Amended Complaint. Parties shall proceed with arbitration. The remainder of the case is stayed. A formal order to enter. FTR: K. Terasaki. (ebuch)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Senior District Judge Richard P. Matsch
December 11, 2015
Civil Action No. 15-cv-01003-RPM
RK MECHANICAL, INC., and
THE UNITED STATES FOR THE USE OF
RK MECHANICAL, INC.,
CENTERRE CONSTRUCTION, INC.,
MATSUO ENGINEERING CENTERRE
CONSTRUCTION A JOINT VENTURE,
BERKLEY REGIONAL INSURANCE
BERKLEY SURETY GROUP, LLC,
Court in session.
Mr. Beltzer answers questions regarding claims, plaintiffs’ contention as to the
root cause of the construction delays, and mediation.
Mr. DeLisle answers questions regarding claims, a case pending in the Court of
Federal Claims, the claim against Centerre being arbitrated, and mediation.
Mr. Beltzer responds and answers questions regarding discovery related to
Mr. DeLisle responds and answers questions regarding arbitration.
ORDERED: Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss, or in the Alternative, Stay, Plaintiffs’ Claims
Pending Completion of Alternative Dispute Resolution Procedures (Doc. No. 18)
is DEEMED MOOT, as a motion to dismiss the amended complaint was filed.
ORDERED: Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss the Amended Complaint, or in the Alternative,
Stay, Plaintiffs’ Claims Pending Completion of Alternative Dispute Resolution
Procedures (Doc. No. 22) is DENIED.
ORDERED: Parties shall proceed with arbitration. The remainder of the case is stayed. A
formal order to enter.
Court in recess.
Hearing concluded. Total time: 23 minutes.
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