Jutkiewicz v. Roldan
||April 23, 2013
||Massachusetts District Court
||F. Dennis Saylor
|Nature of Suit:
||Civil Rights: Accomodations
|Cause of Action:
||28:1331 Fed. Question
|Jury Demanded By:
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|October 15, 2013
Judge F. Dennis Saylor, IV: MEMORANDUM AND ORDER entered. Defendant Maichle's 12 motion to dismiss is GRANTED.(Cicolini, Pietro)
|January 29, 2014
Judge F. Dennis Saylor, IV: MEMORANDUM AND ORDER entered. Plaintiff's first 9 motion to amend is DENIED insofar as it seeks to add Helene Maichele, and otherwise GRANTED. The Clerk shall issue a summons for service of the complaint on defendan ts. The Clerk shall send the summons, a copy of the complaint, and this Order to plaintiff, who must thereafter serve defendants in accordance with Federal Rule ofCivil Procedure 4(m). Plaintiff may elect to have service made by the UnitedStates Mars hals Service. If directed by plaintiff to do so, the United StatesMarshals Service shall serve the summons, complaint, and this Order upondefendants, in the manner directed by plaintiff, with all costs of service to be advanced by the United States M arshal Service. Notwithstanding Fed. R. Civ. P. 4(m) and Local Rule 4.1, plaintiff shall have 120 days from the date of this order to complete service on defendants. Plaintiff's second 10 motion to amend is DENIED. Defendant Ellen Bradley's 17 motion to dismiss (Docket No. 17) is GRANTED. (Cicolini, Pietro)
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