International Corrugated and Packing Supplies, Inc. v. Lear Corporation et al

Filing 42

MEMORANDUM Opinion and ORDER DENYING 19 Motion to Compel Arbitration and to Dismiss or, in the Alternative, Stay Proceedings. Signed by Judge David C Guaderrama. (mc4)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS EL PASO DIVISION INTERNATIONAL CORRUGATED AND § PACKING SUPPLIES, INC., § § Plaintiff, v. LEAR CORPORATION and LEAR § § § § MEXICAN SEATING CORPORATION, § formerly known as LEAR TRIM, L.P., EP-15-CV-00405-DCG § Defendants. § MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER Presently before the Court is Defendants Lear Corporation and Lear Mexican Seating Corporation's (collectively "Defendants") "Motion to Compel Arbitration and to Dismiss or, in the Alternative, Stay Proceedings" ("Defendants' Motion to Compel Arbitration") (ECF No. 19), filed on August 22, 2016. Plaintiff International Corrugated and Packing Supplies, Inc. ("Plaintiff) filed a response ("Response") (ECF No. 23) on September 8. Defendants filed a reply ("Reply") (ECF No. 25) on September 15. The Court issued an "Order for Supplemental Briefs" ("Order") (ECF No. 26) on September 30. Pursuant to that Order, Defendants filed their Supplemental Brief ("Defendants' Supplemental Brief) (ECFNo. 29) on October 14. Following an extension of time, Plaintifffiled its Supplemental Brief("Plaintiffs Supplemental Brief) (ECF No. 34) on November 7. Thereafter, Defendants filed a response to Plaintiffs Supplemental Brief("Defendants' Response to Plaintiffs Supplemental Brief) (ECF No. 38) on November 14. Having considered the parties' arguments, in view of the applicable law, the Court DENIES Defendants' Motion to Compel Arbitration.

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