Pan American Life Insurance Company v. Louisiana Acquisitions Corp. et al
Minute Entry Proceedings held before Judge Jay C. Zainey: Status Conference held on 10/7/2016. ORDERED that Plaintiff's 309 Motion to Strike is DENIED. The 310 Motion to Expedite is DENIED AS MOOT. FURTHER ORDERED that 306 MOTION f or Summary Judgment , 308 MOTION for Summary Judgment are RESET for 12/14/2016. FURTHER ORDERED that as to any filings greater than 100 pages in length, counsel for the filing party shall deliver a hard-copy to the Court's c hambers for the Court's use. The copy delivered must be printed from the Court's CM/ECF filing system so that each page contains the CM/ECF document header. The submission must be placed in a binder with all exhibits labeled and tabbed for the Court's ease of use. The exhibit section shall contain a table of contents. FURTHER ORDERED that the Jury Trial is set for 11/6/2017 08:30 AM before Judge Jay C. Zainey. and the Final Pretrial Conference is set for 10/5/2017 11:00 AM before Judge Jay C. Zainey. (clc)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA
PAN AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE
LOUISIANA ACQUISITIONS CORP.
SECTION: "A" (3)
MINUTE ENTRY (JS-10: 15)
On October 6, 2016, the Court held a status conference with the following counsel in
attendance: George Fowler, Daniel Lichtl, and Luis Llamas for Plaintiff; Nancy Degan and
Matt Woolf for Defendant. The Court set the conference to discuss the status of the case.
The Court denied Plaintiff’s motion to strike Defendants’ motions for summary
judgment. The Court granted Plaintiff an initial period of 60 days to file its oppositions and
will grant additional time if Plaintiff requires it. Plaintiff urged the Court to set this matter for
trial. All pretrial deadlines are extended. The Court will schedule a follow-up status
conference after it rules on the pending motions.
IT IS ORDERED that Plaintiff’s Motion to Strike (Rec. Doc. 309) is DENIED. The
Motion to Expedite (Rec. Doc. 310) is DENIED AS MOOT;
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Plaintiff shall have 60 days to file its oppositions to
Defendants’ motions for summary judgment (Rec. Docs. 306 & 308). The motions for
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summary judgment are reset for submission on December 14, 2016; 1
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that as to any filings greater than 100 pages in length,
counsel for the filing party shall deliver a hard-copy to the Court’s chambers for the Court’s
use. The copy delivered must be printed from the Court’s CM/ECF filing system so that each
page contains the CM/ECF document header. The submission must be placed in a binder
with all exhibits labeled and tabbed for the Court’s ease of use. The exhibit section shall
contain a table of contents;
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a 10 day jury trial is set for Monday, November 6,
2017, at 8:30 a.m.;
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the final pretrial conference is set for October 5,
2017, at 11:00 a.m.
The Court will adjust this date if Plaintiff requires more than 60 days to file its oppositions or if
Defendants request extra time to file their replies. Once the oppositions are filed Defendants will
be in a better position to estimate how long they will need to file their replies.
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