LANDMARK AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY v. MOULTON PROPERTIES INC et al

Filing 486

ORDER - DENIED 477 Joint MOTION to Strike 463 Response, 462 Response. Signed by SENIOR JUDGE LACEY A COLLIER on 1/20/2009. (djb)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE N O R T H E R N DISTRICT OF FLORIDA P E N S A C O L A DIVISION L A N D M A R K AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, Plaintif f/Co unter- De fend ant, A R C H INSURANCE GROUP, Interv enor /Plaintif f/Co unter- De fend ant, v. M OU LT ON PROPERTIES, INC., M O U L T O N BROTHERS, INC., and TH E M OU LT ON TRUST,, D e f e n d a n t / C o u n t e r - P l a i n ti f f s , _______________________________/ Case No. 3:05cv401/LAC ORDER Befo re the Court is a Joint Motion to Strike (Doc. 477) filed by Plaintiff/Counter- Defendant Landmark American Insurance Company ("Landmark") and Intervenor/ Plaintiff/Counter-Defendant Arch Specialty Insurance Company ("Arch"). The Moultons state that neither their opposition nor their objections to the statements of facts (Docs. 462 and 463) represented an overt attempt to thwart the parameters of the Local Rules, and the Court's own perusal confirms that this appears to be the case. The Court also notes that movants have addressed the admissibility issues in their responses to the motion in limine (Docs. 481-481). In evaluating the summary judgment motions, the Court will generally confine its an alysis of the issues on summary judgment to the memoranda, its analysis of the admissibility of the evidence to the motion in limine and responses thereto, and its determinations of issues of fact to the statements of facts. A cc or di ng ly, it is hereby ORDERED: 1 . The Joint Motion to Strike (Doc. 477) is DENIED. O R D E R E D on this 20th day of January, 2009. s/L.A. Collier Lacey A. Collier S e n i o r United States District Judge

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