Cooper Tire & Rubber v. Farese, et al
ORDER on January 8, 2009 Hearing. Signed by District Judge Sharion Aycock on 1/9/2009. (khj, USDC)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI WESTERN DIVISION COOPER TIRE AND RUBBER CO. V. JOHN BOOTH FARESE, et. al ORDER Pursuant to the January 8, 2009, bench opinion, MOTIONS AND POST-TRIAL MEMORANDUM: (1) (2) Farese Defendants' Motion for Reconsideration  of Order on Motion for Partial Summary Judgment  is taken under advisement. Cooper Tire's Motion in Limine to Limit Testimony and Exhibits  and Cooper Tire's Motion in Limine to Limit the Testimony of Kaster Defendants' Experts  and Cooper Tire's Additional Motion in Limine  is granted in part and denied in part as to the following remaining issues: i. Any documents and testimony in which any person without first-hand knowledge claims that: (a) (b) Tab Turner provided the affidavit to Public Citizen or persons other than Whitaker counselgranted in accordance with the bench opinion; Affidavit was disseminated by anyone else because they have no first-hand knowledge of the dissemination of the affidavit by anyone but themselvesgranted in accordance with the bench opinion; or that the affidavit was made a matter of public record in the Harris casegranted in accordance with the bench opinion. Defendants, however, may offer transcript and witnesses with first-hand knowledge to prove affidavit was admitted. PLAINTIFF CIVIL ACTION NO.: 3:02CV210-SA-JAD DEFENDANTS
Cooper Tire's Post-Trial Memorandum Regarding Limiting Evidence of the Whitaker Suit : i. Actions taken to maintain the confidentiality of Barnett's testimony and affidavit in the Whitaker casedeemed not relevant and confusing to jury in accordance with the bench opinion
Farese Defendants' Additional Motion in Limine  is granted in part and denied in part as to the following remaining issues: i. ii. iii. Any reference to the tapes which were made by Cathy Barnett and cover letters pertaining to these tapesgranted in accordance with the bench opinion Deposition testimony of Mark Hankins as it relates to his affidavitgranted in accordance with the bench opinion Examining Cathy Barnett on what she did with the money she received from Faresegranted in accordance with the bench opinion
Cooper Tire's Additional Motions in Limine  is granted as to the following remaining issues: i. Any suggestion or implication that the separation agreement is void or unenforceable because it was procured under the threat of criminal prosecutiongranted in accordance with the bench opinion Suggestion that Cooper Tire's business was "unlawful"granted in accordance with the bench opinion
DEADLINES: (1) (2) (3) Deposition Designation Objections due January 13, 2009, by 5:00 p.m. Final Pre-Trial Order due January 15, 2009, by noon. Exhibit List due January 16, 2009, by 5:00 p.m. SO ORDERED, this the 9th day of January 2009. s/ Sharion Aycock U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE
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