Stewart v. Bank of New York Mellon et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 21, 2012
ORDER DISMISSING WITH PREJUDICE any and all claims with all parties to bear their respective costs and attorney's fees re Stipulation 115 . Signed by Senior Judge Stephen M McNamee on 9/21/12. (TLJ)
|July 29, 2011
ORDER Granting Plaintiff's 49 Motion For Leave To Amend Complaint. Directing Plaintiff to file her Second Amended Complaint. Granting in part and denying in part Defendant Mellon and Litton's 28 Motion To Dismiss as it pertains to the S econd Amended Complaint. Specifically, Defendants' Motion to Dismiss is granted as to both Defendants on counts one, two, four, five, six, nine and ten of the SAC. The motion is also granted on counts three and seven of the SAC as to Litton only. Defendants Motion is denied as to count eight as to both Defendants, and denied as to Defendant Mellon on counts three, and seven of the SAC. Signed by Judge G Murray Snow on 07/29/11. (ESL)
|September 22, 2010
ORDER that Litton's 6 Motion to Dismiss is granted with leave to amend; that the Bank of New York's 16 Motion to Dismiss is granted with leave to amend; that Plaintiff has, to and including, 10/22/10, to file a First Amended Complaint; if Plaintiff fails to file an Amended Complaint within the time stated, the Clerk of the Court is directed to terminate this action, without further notice. Signed by Judge G Murray Snow on 09/22/10. (ESL)
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