Filing 166

ORDER denying as moot 91 Plaintiff's Motion to Certify Class - Court now DENIES AS MOOT given the Court's entry of summary judgment in favor of the Defendant. Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 1/5/2012. (JKS)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF INDIANA INDIANAPOLIS DIVISION ROBERT V. LEIMKUEHLER, as trustee and on behalf of Leimkuehler, Inc., Profit Sharing Plan, Plaintiff, vs. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) 1:10-cv-0333-JMS-TAB AMERICAN UNITED LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant. ORDER Presently before the Court is the Plaintiff’s Motion to Certify Class, [dkt. 91], which the Court now DENIES AS MOOT given the Court’s entry of summary judgment in favor of the Defendant. See Lady Di’s, Inc. v. Enhanced Servs. Billing, Inc., 654 F.3d 728, 730 (7th Cir. 2011) (“[B]ecause we reject plaintiff’s theory of the case…, we affirm the district court’s denial of class certification because common issues do not predominate over individual issues, as required for a class under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23(b)(3).”). 01/05/2012 _______________________________ Hon. Jane Magnus-Stinson, Judge United States District Court Southern District of Indiana Distribution via ECF only: Klint L. Bruno KOREIN TILLERY LLC kbruno@koreintillery.com -1- Amanda C. Couture DELANEY & DELANEY acouture@delaneylaw.net Edward O'Donnell DeLaney DELANEY & DELANEY LLC ed@delaneylaw.net Kathleen Ann DeLaney DELANEY & DELANEY LLC kathleen@delaneylaw.net Joel S. Feldman SIDLEY AUSTIN LLP jfeldman@sidley.com Bart A. Karwath BARNES & THORNBURG LLP bart.karwath@btlaw.com Robert L. King KOREIN TILLERY, LLC rking@koreintillery.com Robert D. MacGill BARNES & THORNBURG LLP rmacgill@btlaw.com Eric S. Mattson SIDLEY AUSTIN LLP emattson@sidley.com Sarah H. Newman SIDLEY AUSTIN LLP snewman@sidley.com Dennis P. Stolle BARNES & THORNBURG LLP dstolle@btlaw.com Eric Hyman Zagrans eric@zagrans.com -2-

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