Duplechain, III v. Neustrom et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|October 26, 2017
ORDER adopting 84 Report and Recommendations; denying 74 Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction. Signed by Judge Elizabeth E Foote on 10/26/2017. (crt,Keifer, K)
|June 16, 2017
JUDGMENT ADOPTING re 83 Report and Recommendations.IT IS ORDERED that the Motion To Dismiss And Motion To Strike 63 is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART, in that: 1) the Motion To Strike Paragraphs 101 through and including 127, and 131 through and including 162 is DENIED; 2) the Motion To Dismiss is GRANTED with regard to any claims asserted in the Amended Complaint against defendants Girrens or Daigle and those claims are dismissed without prejudice; 3) the Motion To Dismiss Plaintiff 39;s punitive damages claims is GRANTED with regard to Plaintiff's official-capacity claims against Neustrom and Reardon and those claims are dismissed with prejudice; 4) the Motion To Dismiss is GRANTED with regard to the official-capacity clai ms against Reardon and those claims are dismissed without prejudice; 5) the Motion To Dismiss the individual-capacity claims against Reardon Is DENIED AS MOOT and those claims are dismissed without prejudice; 6) the Motion To Dismiss the individual-capacity claims against Neustrom is GRANTED and those claims are dismissed without prejudice; and7) the Motion To Dismiss is DENIED in all other respects. Signed by Judge Rebecca F Doherty on 6/15/2017. (crt,Guidry, C)
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