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Rusnak v. Dollar General Corp.

November 7, 2006

FRANK L. RUSNAK, PLAINTIFF
v.
DOLLAR GENERAL CORP., INC., DEFENDANT.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: District Judge Susan J. Dlott

ORDER

This matter is before the Court on Plaintiff's Motion in Limine to Exclude Employment Information Regarding Decision Makers and Managers After Plaintiff's Termination (doc. 71) and Defendant's Response thereto (doc. 97); Defendant's Motion to Strike Kathleen Guion From Plaintiff's Final Witness List (doc. 81), Defendant's Motion in Limine Concerning Dollar General's 2005 Investigation (doc. 83), and Plaintiff's Opposition thereto (doc. 87); Defendant's Objections to Plaintiff's Trial Witnesses (doc. 98); and Defendant's Motion for Leave to File Motion in Limine Concerning Plaintiff's Mitigation of Damages (doc. 110).

Plaintiff's Motion in Limine to Exclude Employment Information Regarding Decision Makers and Managers After Plaintiff's Termination is GRANTED, except to the extent that the Defendant is entitled to submit to the jury by deposition transcript designation that certain individuals were no longer employed by Dollar General at the time of their deposition testimony. In the alternative, should the parties agree to stipulate to the occurrence and date of the witnesses' terminations, Defendant is free to submit such stipulations.

Defendant's Motion to Strike Kathleen Guion From Plaintiff's Final Witness List is GRANTED.

Defendant's Motion in Limine Concerning Dollar General's 2005 Investigation is GRANTED.

Defendant's Objections to Plaintiff's Trial Witnesses is DENIED as to Michael Clem and GRANTED as to Kathleen R. Guion. As to Michael Clem, Defendant is free to raise objections to the relevance of his testimony at trial. Further, the Court DENIES Defendant's Objections as to Cheryl Rusnak and Vince Boldin, so long as Plaintiff provides Defendant with these witnesses' addresses and makes these witnesses available for deposition prior to their testimony at trial.*fn1

Defendant's Motion for Leave to File a Motion in Limine Concerning Plaintiff's Mitigation of Damages is DENIED. In a simple employment case, Defendant has already filed more motions in limine than this Court has ever seen. Defendant is free to raise objections at trial.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

Susan J. Dlott United States ...


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