Biediger et al v. Quinnipiac Univ

Filing 34

Minute Entry. Proceedings held before Judge Stefan R. Underhill: Motion Hearing held on 5/12/2009 re 29 Supplemental MOTION for Disclosure, 2 MOTION for Temporary Restraining Order MOTION for Preliminary Injunction, 30 MOTION to Compel. Oral ruling issued by Judge Underhill granting 29 Motion for Disclosure; denying as moot 30 Motion to Compel; taking under advisement 2 Motion for Preliminary Injunction. Total Time: 4 hours and 40 minutes(Court Reporter Susan Catucci.) (Sbalbi, B.)

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Civil- (Dec-2008) HONORABLE: Stefan R. Underhill TOTAL TIME: 4 DEPUTY CLERK B. Sbalbi RPTR/ECRO/TAPE S. Catucci 40 minutes hours DATE: 05/12/09 START TIME: 09:30 am END TIME: 4:45 pm 12:30 pm LUNCH RECESS FROM: TO: 1:20 pm RECESS (if more than hr) FROM: 2:00 pm TO: 3:45 pm CIVIL NO. 3:09cv621 (SRU) Biediger, et al., J. Orleans, A. Hernandez, K. Galles Plaintiff's Counsel vs Quinnipiac University M. Gambardella, J. Bardavid Defendant's Counsel COURTROOM MINUTES- CIVIL Motion hearing Evidentiary Hearing Miscellaneous Hearing .....# 2 .....#29 .....#30 .....# .....# .....# .....# ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ............. ............. ............. ............. ............. ............. ............ Preliminary Injunction Hearing continued until May 13, 2009 Motion for Preliminary Injunction Motion for Disclosure of Witness Motion to compel (denied as moot) Motion Motion Motion Motion Or al Motion Or al Motion Or al Motion Or al Motion Briefs(s) due Proposed Findings due granted granted granted granted granted granted granted granted granted granted granted denied denied denied denied denied denied denied denied denied denied denied Response due filed filed filed filed filed filed at 09:30 am docketed docketed docketed docketed docketed docketed advisement advisement advisement advisement advisement advisement advisement advisement advisement advisement advisement Show Cause Hearing Judgment Debtor Exam

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