Belbachir v. County of McHenry et al
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|November 29, 2012
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Philip G. Reinhard on 11/29/2012: For the reasons stated below, plaintiff's motion for judgment pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(b) 543 is denied as moot. The Centegra Defendants' motion to r econsider 545 is denied. The court relinquishes supplemental jurisdiction over the negligence claim in Count VIII and the respondeat superior claim in Count XI and these claims are dismissed without prejudice. Judgment shall enter on the court's orders 539 540 of September 28, 2012. This case is terminated. [For further details see order.] Electronic Notices.(jat, )
|November 9, 2012
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Philip G. Reinhard on 11/9/2012: For the reasons set forth below, the magistrate judges orders 174 220 in case number 08 C 50193 and 436 516 in case number 06 C 1392 are upheld as modified.[For further details see order.] Electronic notice(jat, )
|January 31, 2012
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable Philip G. Reinhard on 1/31/2012: For the reasons stated below, defendants' motion to dismiss 370 is denied.[For further details see order.]Electronic notice(jat, )
|January 4, 2012
WRITTEN Opinion entered by the Honorable P. Michael Mahoney on 1/4/2012: Plaintiff's motion to unseal documents 382 is granted, in part. The court adopts the recommendations contained in the report prepared by the United States. The parties a re ordered to re-file appropriate documents electronically in the court file in conformity with this order. Appropriately redacted versions of all previously sealed motions, responses, and associated memoranda or exhibits are to be re-filed by Januar y 18, 2012. Parties are instructed to file items as an amended document on the CM/ECF system and link them back to the appropriate docket entry. Replies remain due February 3, 2012 and should be filed in conformity with this order and the government& #039;s report. The parties should not send courtesy copies to the court. The briefing schedule and timeline for the motions will not be affected by this order. All future filings should comply with the government's report until further order of the court. Parties have 14 days from service, as calculated under Rule 6, to file objections with Judge Reinhard pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 72. Any objection not made within the 14 day time frame may be waived for the purposes of appeal. Objections need not be presented as stated in L.R.5.3.[For further details see order.] Notices mailed by Judicial staff. (jat, )
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