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Judge Michael E. Wiles
Memorandum Decision signed on 6/24/2016 Granting Permission to Reopen Previously Entered Judgment Based on Newly Discovered Evidence (related document(s)16, 1, 19). The Complaint in this case, and the parties submissions with respect to the motion to dismiss, are deemed to be a motion, pursuant to Rule 60(b)(2), to reopen the judgment entered in the prior adversary proceeding (AP number 12-01561). The newly discovered evidence resulted in fraud allegations that are different from those that were alleged prior to entry of the judgment. The standard to reopen a judgment based upon a pleading deficiency on the grounds of newly discovered evidence has been met. The motion to dismiss on grounds of res judicata is therefore denied, and the motion for sanctions is also denied.
Judge Sean H. Lane
Memorandum Decision And Order Signed On 7/5/2016, Granting In Part And Denying In Part Motion To Enforce Order Approving Settlement Agreement And To Enjoin Further Litigation. (related document(s)29)
Judge James L. Garrity
Memorandum Decision on Defendants' Motion to Dismiss signed on 7/1/2016. (related document(s)1)
Judge Martin Glenn
Chief Judge Cecelia G. Morris
Memorandum decision signed on 6/30/2016 granting Graphic Packaging International's motion for an injunction (related document(s)4204).
Judge Shelley C. Chapman
Memorandum Decision on Omnibus Motion of the Noteholder Defendants to Dismiss the Fourth Amended Complaint signed on 6/28/2016 (related document(s)1195)
Memorandum Decision and Order on (I) Motions for Stay Pending Appeal and (II) Expedited Requests for Certification of Orders for Direct Appeal signed on 6/15/2016
Judge Stuart M. Bernstein
So Ordered Written Opinion Signed On 6/7/2016. Re: Memorandum Decision And Order Granting In Part And Denying In Part Plaintiffs Motions For Partial Summary Judgment And Granting Defendants Cross-Motions For Partial Summary Judgment (related document(s)59)