Yarpah v. United States Department of Education et al
||United States Department of Education and Kaplan Career Institute
||May 18, 2017
||US District Court for the District of Massachusetts
||Richard G. Stearns
|Nature of Suit:
||Civil Rights: Education
|Cause of Action:
||42:1981 Civil Rights
|Jury Demanded By:
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|May 1, 2018
Judge Richard G. Stearns: ORDER entered denying 13 Motion without prejudice. The Clerk shall deliver to the USMS copies of this Order, the Complaint, and the Summons issued for the DOE. The USMS shall promptly serve these documents on the United States Attorney General and the United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts, in accordance with Rule 4(i)(1) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and with all costs to be advanced by the United States. Once properly served, the DOE is required to respond to the Complaint as set forth in Rule 12(a)(2). If Yarpah wishes to pursue a claim against Kaplan Career Institute, he must endeavor to discover the proper location and recipient for service on this entity. Once he has that information, he may file a motion for the reissuance of summons as to this defendant. If he determines that Kaplan Career Institute is not the proper defendant, he may move to amend the Complaint to name the proper party. [Copy of Order mailed to plaintiff on 5/1/2018 @ address on docket (444 Harrison Avenue, Boston.] (PSSA, 3)
|September 21, 2017
Judge Richard G. Stearns: ORDER entered. ORDER DISMISSING CASE(Zierk, Marsha)
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