Dykes v. Corizon Health Inc et al
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|May 27, 2016
ORDER ADOPTING 56 the partial recommended disposition with two minor clarifications. First, the PRD recommends that Dykes's claims against Obi arising after November 7, 2012, be dismissed without prejudice, which means that Dykes may pursue hi s claims against Obi based on Obi's actions duringtheir August 15, 2012, and October 5, 2012, encounters. Second, all claims against Corizon are dismissed without prejudice based on failure to exhaust administrative remedies, so Dykes's constitutional claim and state law medical malpractice claim may be asserted only against Obi. The 45 motion for partial summary judgment is granted in part and denied in part. Signed by Chief Judge Brian S. Miller on 5/27/2016. (kdr)
|November 5, 2015
ORDER: In light of Chief United States District Judge Brian S. Miller's order dismissing Plaintiff's claims against Defendant Dennis Luter, 43 , the Clerk is directed to administratively terminate Luter's motion for summary judgment 30 . Signed by Magistrate Judge Jerry W. Cavaneau on 11/5/2015. (jak)
|April 27, 2015
ORDER adopting 26 the partial recommended disposition; granting 25 Dyke's motion to voluntarily dismiss his claims against Bernard Crowell; dismissing, without prejudice, his claims against Crowell; and removing Crowell as a party defendant. Signed by Chief Judge Brian S. Miller on 4/27/2015. (kdr)
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