Barnett v. US Attorney General et al
||US Attorney General and Federal Bureau Of Prisons
||December 16, 2011
||West Virginia Northern District Court
||John S. Kaull
||Irene M. Keeley
|Nature of Suit:
||Americans with Disabilities - Employment
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|November 14, 2012
ORDER/REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION/OPINION: It is ORDERED that the 27 Motion to Strike and 28 Motion for Leave to File are granted in part and denied in part; the Court denies the Defendants' Amended Motion to Dismiss for Res Judicata; and the Magistrate RECOMMENDS that Defendant's 14 MOTION to Dismiss or, in the Alternative MOTION for Summary Judgment be granted and this case dismissed with prejudice. Written objections may be filed within 14 days after being served. Signed by Magistrate Judge John S. Kaull on 11/14/12. (Attachments: # 1 Certified Mail Return Receipt)(copy Plaintiff)(cnd)
|March 20, 2013
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION: It is ORDERED that Magistrate Kaull's 34 Report and Recommendation is adopted as modified; the Defendants' 14 Motion to Dismiss or for Summary Judgment is granted; and this case is dismissed w ith prejudice and stricken from the docket. Written notice of appeal must be received within 60 days. The Clerk is directed to enter a separate judgment order. Signed by District Judge Irene M. Keeley on 3/20/13. (Attachments: # 1 Certified Mail Return Receipt)(copy Petitioner)(cnd)
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