STEPP v. REXNORD INDUSTRIES, INC.
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|December 9, 2014
ORDER granting 107 Motion for Summary Judgment; denying 127 Motion for Leave to File Belated Requests. Mr. Stepp failed to designate evidence showing that Rexnord's decision not to offer him employment was based on racial discrimination . Rexnord showed that its decision not to hire Mr. Stepp was based on a legitimate, non-discriminatory reason. Mr. Stepp failed to offer any evidence that Rexnord's reason was pretextual. As such, summary judgment is appropriate as a matte r of law. Rexnord's Motion for Summary Judgment (Filing No. 107) is GRANTED, and Mr. Stepp's claim is DISMISSED. Additionally, Mr. Stepp's "Motion to Seek Leave of Court for Filing Belated Request(s)" (Filing No. 127) is DENIED. Copy Mailed. Signed by Judge Tanya Walton Pratt on 12/9/2014. (MGG)
|October 2, 2014
ORDER denying 103 and 125 Motions requesting the Court to use its inherent power to enforce sanctions and requesting sanctions against the defendant for discovery misconduct. Signed by Magistrate Judge Mark J. Dinsmore on 10/2/2014 (dist made) (CBU)
|August 5, 2014
ORDER denying re 53 MOTION to Exclude Testimony for Witness's Failure to Appear filed by REXNORD INDUSTRIES, INC. Signed by Magistrate Judge Mark J. Dinsmore on 8/5/2014 (dist made)(CBU)
|May 8, 2014
ORDER denying 60 Motion for Default Judgment. The prescribed procedure, the date sixty days after April 29, 2013 is June 28, 2013, not June 27, 2013 as incorrectly calculated by Plaintiff. Accordingly, Defendant's Answer was timely filed and Plaintiff's Motion to Request Order for DefaultJudgment is hereby DENIED. Copy Mailed. Signed by Judge Tanya Walton Pratt on 5/8/2014. (MGG)
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