Williams et al v. Kentucky Association of Counties Insurance Agency, Inc. et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|June 28, 2018
OPINION & ORDER: 1. The Court ADOPTS Magistrate Judge Atkins's Report and Recommendation (DE 12 ) in part (consistent with the above rulings, only to the extent it recommends dismissing Defendant KACo), and otherwise REJECTS DE 12 ; 2. T he Court GRANTS Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (DE 5 ) in part (consistent with the above rulings, only to the extent it seeks KACo dismissal), and otherwise DENIES DE 5 ; 3. The Court DISMISSES all claims against Defendant KACo WITH PREJUD ICE; 4. The Court GRANTS in part and DENIES in part Plaintiffs' Motion for leave to Amend (DE 15 ): a. The Court DENIES leave to add LCDC as a party Defendant; b. The Court GRANTS leave to amend the claims against Defendant Clark and the U nknown Corrections Officers; 5. Plaintiffs SHALL file an amended complaint consistent with the rulings set forth herein within 14 days; that filing shall simply remove LCDC from the tendered Amended Complaint and otherwise effect no substantive changes; and 6. Plaintiffs SHALL SHOW CAUSE why the Court should not dismiss all amended claims against the Unknown Corrections Officers pursuant to Rule 4(m) within 30 days; failure to show cause will result in dismissal, without prejudice, of claims against the Unknown Corrections Officers. Signed by Judge Robert E. Wier on 6/28/2018.(RBB)cc: COR
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