Lansburg et al v. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation et al
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|October 18, 2017
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 120 Defendants' motion for summary judgment. It is granted as to plaintiffs' claim for damages based on the loss of the Property, the loss of foster care income, and moving and temporary housin g costs. It is otherwise denied. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED denying 136 Plaintiffs' cross-motion for summary judgment and denying 141 Defendants' motion to strike and request for sanctions and denying 149 Plaintiffs' request for sanctions. Signed by Judge H Russel Holland on 10/17/17.(LSP)
|October 12, 2016
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 91 Defendants' Motion to Dismiss. The motion is granted as to plaintiffs' tortious breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing claim but is otherwise denied. See PDF document for details. Signed by Judge H Russel Holland on 10/12/16.(LSP)
|June 8, 2016
ORDER granting 77 Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim. Plaintiffs' claims in their amended complaint are dismissed. Plaintiffs' claims in Counts One, Two, and Four are dismissed with prejudice. Plaintiffs' claims in Cou nt Three are dismissed without prejudice. Plaintiffs are given leave to amend as to their claims in Count Three only. Plaintiffs' second amended complaint, should plaintiffs elect to file one, shall be filed on or before June 22, 2016. Signed by Judge H Russel Holland on 6/7/16.(SJF)
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