Bailey v. Household Finance Corporation of California et al
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|October 28, 2011
ORDER: The (Doc. 80 ) Motion to Compel Arbitration filed by Defendant Household Finance Corporation of California is granted. Plaintiff's claims against Defendant Household Finance Corporation of California are dismissed without prejudice and t he parties are ordered to proceed to arbitration in accordance with the terms of the Agreement. Defendant Household Finance's alternative request to stay this action as to Defendant Household Finance is denied as moot. Signed by Judge William Q. Hayes on 10/28/2011. (mdc)
|November 4, 2010
ORDER: The (Doc. 20 ) Motion to Dismiss Portions of Plaintiff's First Amended Complaint for failure to state a claim is granted in part and denied in part. Defendants' Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's claims that Defendants violated Cali fornia's Unfair Competition Law regarding her loan and credit card is granted and the claims are dismissed without prejudice. Defendants' Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's penal code claim is denied. HSBC Finance Corporation's (Doc. [ 23]) Motion to Dismiss First Amended Complaint for lack of personal jurisdiction is denied without prejudice. Plaintiff is permitted 60 days from the date of this order to conduct jurisdictional discovery. The parties are referred to the Magistrate J udge assigned to this case for discovery issues. HSBC Finance Corp. is ordered to file a Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction or a responsive pleading within 74 days from the date of this Order. Signed by Judge William Q. Hayes on 11/4/2010. (mdc)
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