Future Legends, LLC v. Qualite Sports Lighting, LLC et al

Filing 33

MINUTE ENTRY for proceedings held before Judge Charlotte N. Sweeney: Oral Argument Hearing held on 1/17/2023. 13 Defendants' Partial Motion to Dismiss Plaintiffs Complaint is GRANTED in part and DENIED in part. Court Reporter: Sarah Mitchell. (jdyne)

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Case 1:22-cv-02672-CNS-MEH Document 33 Filed 01/17/23 USDC Colorado Page 1 of 2 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO JUDGE CHARLOTTE N. SWEENEY Civil Action: Courtroom Deputy: 22-cv-02672-CNS-MEH Julie Dynes Date: January 17, 2023 Court Reporter: Sarah Mitchell Parties Counsel FUTURE LEGENDS LLC Jennifer Lang David Pittinos Plaintiff v. QUALITE SPORTS LIGHTING LLC WORTH HOLDINGS LLC WORTH INVESTMENT GROUP LLC WORTH CAPITAL LLC Defendants Paul Albarrán via video COURTROOM MINUTES ORAL ARGUMENT Court in Session: 11:10 a.m. Appearance of counsel. Defense counsel appears by video conference. Discussion held on the validity of the contract. Argument as to [13] Defendants’ Partial Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff’s Complaint given by Mr. Albarrán and Ms. Lang. As outlined on the record it is ORDERED: [13] Defendants’ Partial Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff’s Complaint is GRANTED in part and DENIED in part. Case 1:22-cv-02672-CNS-MEH Document 33 Filed 01/17/23 USDC Colorado Page 2 of 2 Parties are to confer about the validity and enforceability of the contract as well as the excessive lien claim. ORDERED: Defense is to inform the plaintiff within one week as to whether or not they agree there is a valid and enforceable contract such that the quasi contract claims and the negligence claim should be dismissed. If appropriate, parties are to file a stipulation of dismissal of those claims within three weeks from today. Court in Recess: 12:02 p.m. Hearing concluded. Total time in Court: 00:52

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