Moss v. State of Alabama, Department of Corrections et al
||State of Alabama, Department of Corrections, Richard F. Allen, Arnold Holt, John Cummins, Bruce Vermilyer and Paul Rogers
||September 10, 2010
||US District Court for the Middle District of Alabama
||Charles S. Coody
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Civil Rights
|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 2000
|Jury Demanded By:
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|August 16, 2011
ORDER that Plaintiff shall submit the proposed pretrial order in the proper format and by the proper means immediately. Signed by Honorable Judge Mark E. Fuller on 8/16/2011. (cc, )
|June 22, 2011
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER advising that pursuant to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, this Court is authorized to grant summary judgment on grounds not raised by a party and that this Court is inclined to grant a partial summary judgment to De fendants on the ADA claims pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 56(f)(2) on the grounds that Plaintiff has neither alleged facts in support of such claims, nor can support for such claims be found in the factual record before this Court. Any party wishing to oppose the Court's proposed actions shall show cause on or before June 27, 2011, as to why such a partial summary judgment should not be granted to Defendants. Signed by Honorable Judge Mark E. Fuller on 6/22/2011. (cc, )
|June 15, 2011
ORDER that all claims against Bruce Vermilyer are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 4(m). Signed by Honorable Judge Mark E. Fuller on 6/15/2011. (jg, )
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