Martin v. Auburn University Montgomery
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|December 21, 2012
ORDER directing as follows: (1) the plaintiff's 50 Objection to the Bill of costs is SUSTAINED as to the $30 cost of litigation support; (2) the Objection is OVERRULED in all other respects, as further set out in order. Signed by Honorable Judge W. Harold Albritton, III on 12/21/12. (djy, )
|September 1, 2011
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER (entered in Civil Action No. 2:11cv503-WHA) directing that: (1) plaintiffs Singleton, McCray, and Martin are severed from the present action; (2) the clerk is directed to assign new case numbers for separate Singleton, Mc Cray, and Martin actions, with those actions to be assigned to the undersigned district judge and the same magistrate judge; (3) the clerk is directed to open each new case with the Complaint (Doc. #1) from this case, and to file this order also with each new case; (4) the clerk is directed to open each new case with the original filing date June 24, 2011; (5) Singleton, McCray, and Martin are directed to file amended complaints to appropriately plead their case as a single plaintiff pursuant to the relevant Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and MD AL Rule 15.1 by 9/16/2011; (6) Foster is directed to file an amended complaint to appropriately plead her case as a single plaintiff pursuant to the relevant Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and MD AL Rule 15.1 by 9/9/2011. Signed by Honorable Judge W. Harold Albritton, III on 9/1/11. (djy, )
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