KREMSKY v. KREMSKY
ORDER THAT UPON CONSIDERATION OF DEFENDANT'S MOTION IN LIMINE TO PRECLUDE BRAD RYDEN'S TESTIMONY BASED UPON HIS 12/30/2016 DISCLOSURES UNDER DAUBERT 38 , IT IS ORDERED THAT DEFENDANT'S MOTION IS GRANTED IN PART, ETC. SIGNED BY HONORABLE MARK A. KEARNEY ON 2/17/17. 2/17/17 ENTERED AND COPIES E-MAILED.(ti, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
STANTON S. KREMSKY
KENNETH F. KREMSKY
AND NOW, this 17th day of February 2017, upon consideration of Defendant's Motion
in limine to preclude Brad Ryden's testimony based upon his December 30, 2016 disclosures
under Daubert (ECF Doc. No. 38), Plaintiffs Response (ECF Doc. No. 55) and for reasons in
the accompanying Memorandum, it is ORDERED Defendant's Motion (ECF Doc. No. 38) is
GRANTED in part and Plaintiff may not adduce testimony from Brad Ryden as to Defendant's
motives, "Fraud Triangle" or partial calculations but Mr. Ryden may read from financial records
described in his December 30, 2016 disclosures subject to cross examination without opining as
to their import or affect upon Plaintiffs claims against Defendant.
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