Gray v. City of Montgomery et al
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|April 11, 2016
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: it is hereby ORDERED as follows: 1. The 14 Motion to Dismiss is GRANTED as to any claims brought under Title VII, the ADEA, and the FMLA against Kimbly Harris, Tracey Stephenson, Todd Strange, Melinda Chandler, Larry F isher, and J. Christopher Murphy individually and those claims are DISMISSED with prejudice. 2. The Motion to Dismiss is GRANTED as to all remaining claims and those claims are DISMISSED without prejudice to being repled. 3. The Plaintiff is given un til April 25, 2016 to file a new Amended Complaint which repleads the claims dismissed without prejudice, should she choose to do so. The Plaintiff should plead facts to remedy the deficiencies discussed above, if she can do so within the requirement s of Rule 11 of the Rules of Civil Procedure. 4. Any Amended Complaint filed in accordance with this Memorandum Opinion and Order must be filed consistently with M.D. Ala. Local Rule 15.1 and be complete unto itself, without incorporation by referenc e to the original Complaint. Any Amended Complaint should also separately identify each alleged adverse employment action and the statutory basis upon which Gray makes a claim as to that adverse employment action. If the Plaintiff files an Amended Complaint, she should consider whether to include Carmen Douglas as a Defendant, in view of the Answer filed by that Defendant to the original Complaint. Signed by Honorable Judge W. Harold Albritton, III on 4/11/2016. (kh, )
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