Cooper, Jr. v. Florida Department of Corrections, et al.,
||Mr. Rodney G. Gregory and Bhavani Raveendran
||March 15, 2019
||US District Court for the Middle District of Florida
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983
|Jury Demanded By:
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|July 15, 2021
ORDER granting 105 Corizon's Motion for Summary Judgment; denying as moot 107 Defendants Massee, Sailee, Saylor, Bickerstaff, Burnett, Guitherman, Phillips, Stephen, and Powell's Motion for Summary Judgment; granting 113 joint Mot ion for Extension of Time to Complete Discovery to the extent the Court vacates 94 the amended case management and scheduling order; directing Plaintiff to file a proper motion to withdraw or file a joint proposed case management report by August 16, 2021; see Order for details. Signed by Judge Brian J. Davis on 7/14/2021. (KLC)
|November 10, 2020
ORDER denying as moot 74 Plaintiff's Motion to Compel discovery; denying 78 Defendant Corizon's Motion to Dismiss; denying 79 Defendant Freeman's Motion to Dismiss; denying 83 Defendants Bickerstaff, Burnett, Guitherman, Ma ssee, Phillips, Powell, Sailee, Saylor, and Stephen's Motion to Dismiss; granting 86 Plaintiff's Motion for Extension of Time to Complete Discovery; sua sponte extending all deadlines; see Order for details. Signed by Judge Brian J. Davis on 11/10/2020. (KLC)
|July 27, 2020
ORDER granting 44 the FDOC's Motion to Dismiss and directing the Clerk to terminate the FDOC as a party; granting 57 Corizon's Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim; granting 60 Defendants Massee, Sailee, Saylor, Doe TA, Bickerstaff, Burnett, Guitherman, Phillips, Stephen, and Powell's Motion to Dismiss; granting 71 Warden Freeman's Motion to Dismiss; dismissing without prejudice Plaintiff's claims against Corizon, Warden Freeman, and Defendants Mass ee, Sailee, Saylor, Doe TA, Bickerstaff, Burnett, Guitherman, Phillips, Stephen, and Powell; granting Plaintiff leave to amend his complaint, which he must do within twenty-one days; dismissing with prejudice Plaintiff's claims against Baker County pursuant to 59 the joint stipulation for dismissal. Signed by Judge Brian J. Davis on 7/27/2020. (KLC)
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