Caldwell et al v. Redstone Federal Credit Union et al
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|July 20, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER GRANTING 76 79 MOTIONS to Dismiss to the extent that the claims of Plaintiffs Bart Reeves, Davis A. Mitchell, Jeremy D. Holland, Jessalyn Hooper, and Lorondo Brazelton are DISMISSED. The Motions are also GRANTED to the extent Plaintiff Jane B. Locklin's FDCPA claims based on Defendants' 2015 revival of the judgment against her are DISMISSED. The Motions are DENIED in all other respects. Defendants are DIRECTED to Answer the second Amended Complaint by August 3, 2018. Signed by Magistrate Judge John H England, III on 7/20/2018. (JLC)
|January 2, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER DENYING 51 53 MOTIONS to Dismiss and GRANTING the alternative motions for a more definite statement. Plaintiffs are ORDERED to file an Amended Complaint by January 16, 2018, which should include the factual basis for the New Plaintiffs' claims that Defendants wrongfully attempted to collect the debts they discharged in bankruptcy. Signed by Magistrate Judge John H England, III on 1/2/2018. (JLC)
|September 8, 2016
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER - Based on the foregoing, Defendants motions to dismiss, (docs. 7 & 10), are GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Specifically, Counts III and IV are DISMISSED; Count V is DISMISSED, but only as a separate count and without any effect on the underlying claim for attorneys fees; and Counts I and II remain pending.(KEK)
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