Spiro et al v. Healthport Technologies, LLC et al

Filing 278

OPINION & ORDER re: 212 MOTION to Preclude the Expert Reports and Testimony of Richard Royston filed by Healthport Technologies, LLC, 220 MOTION to Preclude Testimony of Bryan Hirsch filed by Tatyana Ruzhinskaya. The Court will therefore deny, as premature, Puzhinskaya's motion to preclude Hirsch's testimony, as much as it would have denied, on the same grounds, a motion in limine by HealthPort seeking a pretrial ruling admitting Hirsch's testimony . The Court will permit a timely motion at trial to permit testimony by Hirsch. The Court will resolve any such motion with a close focus on the direction that trial has taken and the probative value, if any, of the particular testimony of Hirsch's that is then proffered. The Clerk of Court is respectfully directed to terminate the motions pending at Dkts. 212 and 220. (Signed by Judge Paul A. Engelmayer on 12/20/2016) (cla)

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