Diamond v. Nicholls et al
||Mark Nicholls and Sid Nicholls
||May 23, 2017
||US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
||Milton I. Shadur
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||12 U.S.C. § 22
|Jury Demanded By:
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|September 1, 2020
MEMORANDUM Opinion and Order: For the reasons set forth in the Memorandum Opinion and Order, Sid Nicholls's summary judgment motion is granted 133 , and his motion for sanctions 141 is denied. Civil case terminated. Signed by the Honorable Mary M. Rowland on 9/1/2020.Mailed notice. (dm, )
|March 1, 2018
MEMORANDUM Opinion and Order Signed by the Honorable Elaine E. Bucklo on 3/1/2018. Mailed notice. (mgh, )
|August 24, 2017
MEMORANDUM Order: On August 21, 2017 Sid Nicholls ("Sid"), one of the two codefendants in this action brought by David Diamond ("Diamond"), moved (in the "Motion," Dkt. No. 9) for his dismissal from the case for an asser ted lack of in personam jurisdiction over him. Because of the imminent reassignment of the bulk of this Court's calendar to its colleagues under this District Court's customary computer-driven random assignment system that applies whenever any of its judges leaves the court, and as this Court must do because of its recent surgery and the ongoing rehabilitative process, Diamond's counsel is ordered to file a response to the Motion on or before [21 days]. Resolution of the Motion (which may or may not call for a reply by Sid) will be left to the assignee judge. Signed by the Honorable Milton I. Shadur on 8/24/2017:Mailed notice(clw, )
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