Rolling Frito-Lay Sales LP v. Stover et al
||Rebecca Stover, David Montiel, Auk-Mor and Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Court
||Rolling Frito-Lay Sales LP
||July 8, 2011
||Arizona District Court
||Phoenix Division Office
||XX US, Outside State
||Frederick J Martone
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Personal Injury
|Cause of Action:
|Jury Demanded By:
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|January 26, 2012
ORDER dismissing defendant Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Court without prejudice; denying Stover's 13 motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction; denying plaintiff's 17 motion to strike; granting Stover's 20 motion to amend her statement of facts; denying Stover's 14 cross-motion for summary judgment; granting Montiel and On-Auk-Mor Trading Center's 23 motion to dismiss for lack of personal and subject matter jurisdiction; granting in part and denyi ng in part plaintiff's 7 motion for summary judgment; Plaintiff's request for injunctive relief is granted; that, except for voluntarily dismissing her complaint, Rebecca Stover is permanently enjoined from prosecuting, taking action, or conducting any proceedings against Rolling Frito-Lay Sales L.P. in tribal court, including Salt River Pima-Maricopa Community Court Action C-11-0012. Plaintiff's requests for declaratory relief are denied without prejudice. Because we decline to exercise jurisdiction over plaintiff's declaratory action, this case is at an end. The Clerk shall enter judgment. Signed by Judge Frederick J Martone on 01/26/12. (ESL)
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