Handzlik v. Lain et al
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|August 21, 2014
OPINION AND ORDER denying 87 and 90 motions for summary judgment. Within fourteen (14) days of this order, the defendants are ORDERED to file a notice advising whether they wish to waive their exhaustion defense or proceed with a hearing. Signed by Judge Jon E DeGuilio on 8/21/14. cc: Handzlik (mc)
|May 22, 2014
OPINION AND ORDER taking under advisement defense 87 , 90 Motions seeking dismissal under 42 U.S.C. § 1997e(a). However, the request of Defendant Michelle Harris for dismissal pursuant to FED. R. CIV. P. 12(b) (6) is DENIED. plaintiff is GRANTED to and including 6/30/2014 to submit a sworn declaration or affidavit to address specific issues as set forth in order. Defendants are granted to and including 7/21/2014 o file a response to the plaintiffs submission. Signed by Judge Jon E DeGuilio on 5/22/14. cc: Handzlik (mc)
|July 11, 2013
OPINION AND ORDER re 4 Amended Complaint: the Court GRANTS the plaintiff leave to proceed as set forth in order, DISMISSES any and all other claims contained in the complaint; DIRECTS the United States Marshals Service to effect service of process on David Lain, John Widup, Robert Taylor, Diane Patrick, Tom Baker, and Michelle Harris; and ORDERS that David Lain, John Widup, Robert Taylor, Diane Patrick, Tom Baker, and Michelle Harris respond only to the claims for which the pro se plaintiff has been granted leave to proceed. Signed by Judge Jon E DeGuilio on 7/11/13. cc: Handzlik, David Lain, John Widup, Robert Taylor, Diane Patrick, Tom Baker, and Michelle Harris(mc)
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