Darville v. Turner Industries Group, LLC et al
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|May 15, 2015
RULING and ORDER DENYING 51 Motion to Set Aside Sanctions and to Seek Review by District Judge (28 USC s 636 (B) (1) (C) (B)) [sic]; 57 Motion for Designation of Case as Complex Litigation; 59 Motion for Continuance of Summary Judgement [sic] a nd Opposition to Summary Judgement [sic]; 66 Motion for Continuance of Summary Judgment and Opposition to Summary Judgement [sic]. Turner Industries' 54 Motion for Summary Judgment is GRANTED. Each party shall bear its own costs. Signed by Chief Judge Brian A. Jackson on 05/14/2015. (BCL)
|February 20, 2015
RULING AND ORDER denying 34 Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff's Claims with Prejudice. Signed by Chief Judge Brian A. Jackson on 2/20/2015. (LLH)
|March 3, 2014
RULING: Plaintiff's Motion for Extension to Respond, Request of the Court to Intervene or to be the Mediator, and her Motion to Respond to Status Report Issues are denied. Plaintiff's Request to Add Laborer Union 1177 [and] Laborer Union 68 9, treated as a motion for leave to amend the amended complaint, is granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, pursuant to Rule 4(m), FRCP, the plaintiff is granted until 04/03/2014 to serve defendants Construction and General Laborers Union 1177 and Labor ers International of North America Local 689 with a summons, her amended complaint, the Request to Add Laborer Union 1177 [and] Laborer Union 689, and this order. Failure to do so may result in dismissal of the plaintiffs claims against these defendants without further notice. Signed by Magistrate Judge Stephen C. Riedlinger on 03/03/2014. (NLT)
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