Dennis, Jr. et al v. Bossier Healthcare L L C
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|July 9, 2013
MEMORANDUM ORDER: Plaintiffs filed this civil action in federal court based on an assertion of diversity jurisdiction, so it is their burden to allege facts that establish a factual basis for the exercise of such jurisdiction. Bossier Healthcare has filed an answer in which it admits its corporate status as alleged but provides no additional citizenship information. Both counsel are directed to cooperate in gaining the information necessary for Plaintiffs to file an amended complaint by 7/26/201 3 that sets forth the necessary citizenship information. A motion for leave to file the amended complaint may be required by FRCP 15. If Plaintiffs are able to establish in the amended complaint that diversity jurisdiction exists, the court will set a scheduling conference in due course. If Plaintiffs are not able to establish a factual basis for the exercise of diversity jurisdiction, the court will have to dismiss the complaint without prejudice for lack of subject-matter jurisdiction. Compliance Deadline set for 7/26/2013. Signed by Magistrate Judge Mark L Hornsby on 7/9/2013. (crt,Putch, A)
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