Bare v. NPC International, Inc.
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|April 16, 2010
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 27 Motion to Dismiss. For the reasons set out in this Order, Separate Defendants Vereecke's and Titsworth's Motion to Dismiss is GRANTED as to all Title VII claims, the ACRA claims for disparate treatment and sexual harassment claims, and the Arkansas common law claims for wrongful termination. These claims are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. The Motion to Dismiss is DENIED as to the ACRA retaliation claims brought under Ark. Code Ann. 16-23-108(a). Signed by Honorable Robert T. Dawson on April 16, 2010. (lw)
|February 12, 2010
ORDER denying 22 Motion for Default Judgment;and granting 24 Motion for Extension of Time to Answer, Stephanie Titsworth and Jason Vereecke are directed to file their response to Plaintiff's Amended complaint by 3/2/2010. Signed by Honorable Robert T. Dawson on February 12, 2010. (lw)
|December 14, 2009
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 13 Motion to Dismiss as set forth. Signed by Honorable Robert T. Dawson on December 14, 2009. (lw)
|October 28, 2009
ORDER granting 4 Partial Motion to Dismiss. Plaintiff has failed to meet this burden, and her race discrimination claim is DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. The Plaintiff's claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress is DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Further the Court hereby grants Plaintiff ten(10) days to amend her Complaint. Signed by Honorable Robert T. Dawson on October 28, 2009. (lw)
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