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Meyer v. Currie Tech Corp.

United States District Court, D. Nebraska

February 28, 2019

MARCIE MEYER and MICHAEL MEYER, Plaintiffs,
v.
CURRIE TECH CORP. and ACCELL NORTH AMERICA, INC., Defendants.

          MEMORANDUM AND ORDER

          ROBERT F. ROSSITER, JR. UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

         This matter is before the Court on (1) thirty-five motions in limine (Filing Nos. 154 through 167) filed by defendants Currie Tech Corp. and Accell North America, Inc. (“defendants”) and (2) nine motions in limine (Filing No. 168) filed by plaintiffs Marcie Meyer and Michael Meyer (the “Meyers”).[1] These motions are now fully briefed and ready for the Court's determination. The Court has reviewed all the materials submitted by the parties in this matter and rules as follows:

         A. Defendants' Motions in Limine.

         1. Defendants' Motion in Limine 1 (Filing No. 154) is granted.

         2. Defendants' Motion in Limine 2 (Filing No. 154) is granted.

         3. Defendants' Motion in Limine 3 (Filing No. 154) is granted.

         4. Defendants' Motion in Limine 4 (Filing No. 154) is granted as to any per diem arguments and otherwise reserved for trial.

         5. Defendants' Motion in Limine 5 (Filing No. 154) is granted.

         6. Defendants' Motion in Limine 6 (Filing No. 154) is reserved for trial.

         7. Defendants' Motion in Limine 7 (Filing No. 154) is reserved for trial.

         8. Defendants' Motion in Limine 8 (Filing No. 154) is granted.

         9. Defendants' Motion in Limine 9 (Filing No. 154) is granted.

         10. Defendants' Motion in Limine 10 (Filing No. 154) is granted. The Court notes that the parties may briefly reference the location of law firms in voir dire examination to determine if a potential juror is aware of or did business with any of the law firms or attorneys involved.

         11. Defendants' Motion in Limine 11 (Filing No. 154) is granted.

         12. Defendants' Motion in Limine 12 (Filing No. 154) is reserved for trial but may be subject to plaintiff's ...


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