The Hanover Insurance Company v. Mehling et al
MINUTE ORDER RE-NOTING plaintiff's 32 MOTION for Reconsideration for 6/16/2017, defendants' response due 6/12/17, reply due by noting date by Judge Thomas S. Zilly. (RS)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
THE HANOVER INSURANCE
CRISTINA MEHLING, et al.,
The following Minute Order is made by direction of the Court, the Honorable
Thomas S. Zilly, United States District Judge:
Defendants Christina Mehling and the Mehling Law Firm PLLC (the
14 “Mehling Defendants”) are DIRECTED to file, on or before June 12, 2017, a response to
plaintiff’s motion for reconsideration, docket no. 32, not to exceed ten (10) pages in
15 length. Plaintiff’s motion for reconsideration, docket no. 32, is RENOTED to June 16,
2017.1 Any reply shall be filed by the new noting date.
By Minute Order entered May 8, 2017, docket no. 31, plaintiff’s motion for judgment on the
pleadings was DENIED in part as to the duty to defend, in light of disputes concerning material
facts, and DEFERRED in part as to any duty of indemnification. Plaintiff does not appear to be
seeking reconsideration of the Court’s ruling on the motion for judgment on the pleadings, but
rather seems to be asking that the Court lift or vacate the stay in this matter to permit plaintiff to
proceed to trial on the duty to defend. Before the stay was imposed, this case was set for trial on
January 29, 2018. See Minute Order (docket no. 16). In any response and any reply relating to
plaintiff’s motion for reconsideration, the parties shall address: (i) when the underlying state
court litigation between the Mehling Defendants and the Chapter 7 Trustee for the Andrew Kim
Bankruptcy Estate is anticipated to be resolved; and (ii) when the parties could be prepared for
trial in this matter on the duty to defend.
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The Clerk is directed to send a copy of this Minute Order to all counsel of
Dated this 25th day of May, 2017.
William M. McCool
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