Powell, et al v. Walgreen Co, et al
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|February 22, 2016
JUDGMENT: The second amended complaint, 4 , is dismissed with prejudice. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 2/22/2016. (jak)
|February 10, 2016
ORDER: The Court has received the attached letter and construes it as a motion for clarification. Motion granted. The Court's Order, 14 , does not make dismissal a certainty. If any party seeks relief - any relief, not just dismissal - from the Court before 24 February 2016, then the case will stay alive. The Court appreciates counsel's letters. To keep all communications of record, please send any future letter or paper to the Clerk for filing on the docket. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 2/10/2016. (jak)
|February 3, 2016
ORDER: The Powells have informally told the Court that they have settled. Congratulations. The Initial Scheduling Order, 12 , and the Court's housekeeping Order, 13 , are suspended. The Court will dismiss the case with prejudice unless some party seeks relief before 24 February 2016. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 2/3/2016. (jak)
|January 28, 2016
ORDER directing the Powell's to file a stand-alone third amended complaint by 12 February 2016. Walgreens and Cutsinger must file stand-alone answers - or a shared answer if they wish - by 26 February 2016. All the new pleadings should cover only already pleaded ground. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 1/28/2016. (jak)
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