Rob and Charlene Spierer filed Thursday for a protective order on private and sensitive information and materials that might come to light in the suit against two men they say are responsible for Lauren’s presumed death

Judge Tanya Walton Pratt granted the motion to dismiss the complaint against Mike Beth. Judge Walton Pratt’s office confirmed Rob and Charlene Spierer, Lauren’s parents, were present for the hearing.

Progress has stalled in a civil negligence lawsuit that missing IU student Lauren Spierer’s parents filed against the three men who were with their daughter the night she disappeared more than two years ago.

Robert and Charlene Spierer, parents of missing IU student Lauren Spierer, filed a civil negligence lawsuit against Corey Rossman, Jason Rosenbaum and Michael Beth on June 26.

“Putting Up More Posters 4 Lauren Spierer” will take place on Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Monroe County courthouse. The event is an attempt by volunteers to refresh the search for Lauren Spierer as the second anniversary of her disappearance approaches.

Lauren Spierer is disappearing again. Nine months ago, the then-20-year-old sophomore vanished in the middle of a summer night. Posters showing Lauren’s smiling face began to haunt Bloomington. She was gone, but everywhere.

The family of Lauren Spierer, an IU student who has been missing since June 3, 2011, announced Friday that they have increased the reward money offered for information.

The parents of missing IU student Lauren Spierer, along with site visitors and supporters, expressed disappointment Saturday at the University’s decision to “rotate” the button linking to information about the student’s disappearance.

Every time they return to Bloomington, the Spierers see Lauren’s face. Staring at them from store windows and lamp posts, Lauren’s crystal-blue gaze is a constant reminder of who they are missing.

The Bloomington Police Department has been searching for a missing woman since 4:30 a.m. Friday. The woman is Lauren Spierer, age 20.Spierer is a white female, 4 feet 11 inches tall, slender build, has blue eyes and long blonde hair. Spierer was last seen walking south on College Avenue from 11th Street on her way back to her apartment in Smallwood Plaza, located on College Avenue. She did not arrive to her apartment and video footage does not show her entering the apartment complex. Spierer was wearing a white tank top with a loose, light colored button shirt over it and full length black stretch pants. She was not wearing shoes. According to her mother, Spierer has a life-threatening heart condition called Long QT Syndrome. Spierer's mother has asked that if anyone knows where her daughter is, to please take her to the hospital. Flyers have been distributed all across the IU campus as well as Bloomington. Anyone with information about Lauren Spierer should call BPD at 812-339-4477 .