Killer Joe Nevada, LLC v. Does 1-10
||Killer Joe Nevada, LLC
||May 3, 2013
||US District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
||XX US, Outside State
||Julie E. Carnes
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|July 8, 2013
AMENDED ORDER & OPINION severing John Does 2-10 and dismissing the claims against them without prejudice re 5 Order & Opinion. Signed by Judge Julie E. Carnes on 7/8/13. (Order amended to change any referral to "Does 1-19" to "Does 1-10." ) (ekb)
|June 19, 2013
ORDER AND OPINION directing the plaintiff to immediately contact the ISPs to rescind and withdraw previously-issued subpoena for each such defendant. Any information that plaintiff may have obtained through these previously-issued subpoenas must be r eturned. Plaintiff shall ensure that this information is communicated to each ISP by June 25, 2013 and shall report back to the Court by July 1, 2013, providing copies of these letters to each ISP, as well as a report as to its compliance with this Order. Signed by Judge Julie E. Carnes on 6/18/13. (ddm)
|May 28, 2013
ORDER AND OPINION vacating the Court's 4 May 8, 2013 Order. The Court severs John Does 2-19 and the claims against them are dismissed without prejudice. Plaintiff is directed to designate any actions filed against these severed defendants as related to this action, if they allege claims like those in the complaint filed here. The Court grants plaintiffs motion 2 as to the first defendant, John Doe 1. Signed by Judge Julie E. Carnes on 5/28/13. (ddm)
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