DAVIS v. SUTHERLAND et al
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|March 11, 2013
ORDER TO FILE JOINT JURISDICTIONAL STATEMENT - The Court ORDERS all of the parties to meet and confer, and conduct whatever investigation necessary, to determine whether this Court has diversity jurisdiction. If the parties agree that diversity j urisdiction is proper, they shall file a joint jurisdictional statement by March 20, 2013 setting forth the basis for each of their citizenships and whether they agree that the amount in controversy exceeds $75,000, exclusive of interest and costs. The parties should review the Court's January 3, 2013 Order, [dkt. 9], to ensure that they are providing all of the information necessary for the Court to determine whether it can exercise diversity jurisdiction over this matter. If th e parties cannot agree on their respective citizenships or the amount in controversy, any party who disagrees shall file a separate jurisdictional statement by March 20, 2013 setting forth its view regarding the citizenship of each of the parties and the amount in controversy. (See Order.) Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 3/11/2013.(RSF)
|January 3, 2013
ORDER - The Court ORDERS Plaintiffs to file an Amended Complaint on or before February 8, 2013, which addresses the jurisdictional concerns. Defendants need not respond to the Complaint, 1 , but rather shall timely respond to the Amended Complaint once it is filed. (See Order.) Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 1/3/2013.(RSF)
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