Cohen et al v. Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
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|October 18, 2011
Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton: MEMORANDUM AND ORDER entered: Defendant's Motion to Dismiss (Docket No. 4) is ALLOWED; This Court finds this action to be frivolous, malicious, abusive, and/or vexatious, and this action is DISMISSED sua sponte on this ground as well; and Judge Zobel's Order of Enjoinment of Plaintiffs is hereby MODIFIED as follows: A. Plaintiffs Cohen and Lustgarten are PROHIBITED from filing any further pleadings in any previously-filed or removed civil case, or from filing any new civil actions which seek, directly or indirectly, to raise issues previously decided in the state courts or in the prior federal litigation, and which relate in any fashion to claims inuring to the Estate of Susan R. Lustgarten or her benefi ciaries, unless Plaintiffs obtain leave of Court prior to the filing, upon a Motion to Institute a Lawsuit and upon good cause shown; Plaintiffs Cohen and Lustgarten must also submit a Certification of Good Faith signed by each Plaintiff under oath a t the time of filing any Motion to Institute a Lawsuit. Plaintiffs also must pay the Miscellaneous Business Docket filing fee or seek a waiver thereof, in connection with any Motion to Institute a Lawsuit; and Any claims raised on behalf of the Estate of Susan R. Lustgarten may only be raised through duly-licensed counsel. (PSSA, 1)
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