Gray v. Highland Gardens School et al (MAG+)
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|April 3, 2013
ORDER re 30 Order. The court's order warned that failure to comply before 3/28/2013, would result in dismissal of this action. That deadline has passed, but no counsel has appeared on behalf of L.G. It is ORDERED that Plaintiff's complaint is DISMISSED for lack of standing. An appropriate judgment will follow. Signed by Chief Judge William Keith Watkins on 4/3/2013. (dmn, )
|February 28, 2013
ORDER: It is ORDERED that 1. The 29 Recommendation of the Magistrate Judge is ADOPTED; 2. Defendants' 15 Motion to Dismiss is GRANTED as to the claims Ms. Gray brings on her own behalf; 3. Ms. Gray's 16 Motion to Appoint Counsel is DE NIED; and 4. Defendants' 23 Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings or, in the alternative, for Summary Judgment is DENIED as moot. It is further ORDERED that this action is held in abeyance for thirty days. Plaintiff has until 3/28/2013 to find counsel to represent her minor son, L.G., and to have counsel make an appearance in this action. To that end, Defendants' 15 Motion for a More Definite Statement is GRANTED as to L.G.'s claims. The court will revisit the deadline for fili ng an amended complaint after 3/28/2013. Plaintiff is cautioned, however, that her failure to retain an attorney by the March 28 deadline will result in dismissal of the remaining claims for lack of standing. Signed by Chief Judge William Keith Watkins on 2/28/2013. (dmn, )
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