Rodriguez v. Kentucky Fried Chicken
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|March 16, 2009
ORDER granting 13 motion for relief from judgment pursuant to Rule 60(b)(1), FED.R.CIV.P. The 1/26/09 Judgment and dismissal order are hereby VACATED and this lawsuit is reinstated. FURTHER ORDERED that Plaintiff shall serve a true and complete cop y of this order upon Defendants authorized agent to accept service of process in Arizona on or before 3/31/09. Plaintiff shall file a return of service within ten (10) days of service of this order, indicating therein the details of who, where, when and what was served. Absent good cause shown, Plaintiffs failure to comply with this order may result in the dismissal of this case with prejudice. FURTHER ORDERED that Defendant Kentucky Fried Chicken shall file its Answer or other responsive pleading as mandated by Rule 12, FED.R.CIV.P., calculated from the date it is served with this order or default may be entered against it pursuant to Rule 55, FED.R.CIV.P. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 3/16/09.(MAP)
|September 4, 2008
ORDER that Pla shall properly serve the Summons, the Second Amended Complaint, this Order and the magistrate-judge consent form on Dft Kentucky Fried Chicken within 90 days of today's date, i.e., on or before December 4, 2008. Pla's failure to timely serve the aforesaid documents upon Dft may result in the dismissal of this lawsuit without prejudice absent good cause shown. Signed by Magistrate Judge Lawrence O Anderson on 9/3/08. (KMG, )
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