Garcia v. Salvation Army
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 12, 2016
ORDER: Salvation Army's motion for summary judgment (Doc. 147 ) is granted;Garcia's motions for summary judgment (Docs. 150 , 151 ) are denied;Salvation Army's motion to strike portions of Plaintiff's reply (Doc. 170 ) is denied as moot; The Clerk is directed to enter judgment according to this order and terminate these actions. See document for further details. Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 9/12/2016. (REK)
|February 2, 2016
ORDER: The motions to amend (Doc. 73 , 76 ) are denied. Further amendments will not be permitted. This case shall proceed on the basis of existing pleadings and the schedule set forth in Case Management Order #2 (Doc. 72 ). Defendant's motion to strike (Doc. 81 ) is denied as unnecessary and therefore moot. Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 2/02/2016. (REK)
|October 23, 2015
ORDER: Plaintiff's motion for limited scope representation by attorney (Doc. 66 ) is denied. Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 10/23/2015. (REK)
|September 25, 2015
AMENDED ORDER re: 61 : Plaintiff's motion to amend (Doc. 46 ) is denied. Defendant's motion to transfer and consolidate (Doc. 44 ) is granted. Case No. CV15-01444-PHX-SPL will be transferred to the undersigned and consolidated with this case. The parties shall, on or before October 16, 2015, submit a proposed revised case management order for the consolidated case. The parties shall file all future pleadings in the lead case, CV14-2225 PHX DGC, only. Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 09/25/2015. (REK)
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