2002 JBO Trust No. 1 et al v. American Express Company et al
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|June 10, 2013
ORDER. IT IS ORDERED that Plaintiffs' fourth motion to continue (Rec. Doc. 94) is DENIED. Furthermore, as no memorandum in opposition to Defendants' motion to dismiss (Rec. Doc. 36) has been timely filed, the Court deems the motion unoppose d, and it appearing to the Court that the motion is grounded in fact and law, IT IS ORDERED that Defendants' motion to dismiss is GRANTED. Plaintiffs' claims are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. Finally, as previously discussed in the Court's February 20, 2013 Order (Rec. Doc. 79), the Court concludes that sanctions are not appropriate in this case, and accordingly, Defendants' motion for sanctions (Rec. Doc. 37) is DENIED. Signed by Judge Eldon E. Fallon on 6/10/13. (tbl)
|February 20, 2013
ORDERED that Defendants American Express Tax and Business Services, Inc.,d/b/a RSM McGladery, LLC, Robert Goldstein, and Kurt Anderson's 36 Motion to Dismiss is GRANTED. Plaintiffs' claims against American Express Tax and Business Services, Inc., d/b/a RSM McGladery, LLC, Robert Goldstein, and Kurt Anderson are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. FURTHER ORDERED that the Defendants' 37 Motion for Sanctions is DENIED. Signed by Judge Eldon E. Fallon on 2/20/13. (dno, )
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