Miller #215071 v. Westcomb et al
||Kerry D. Miller #215071
||Amy Westcomb, Richard Bohjanen, Roger Gerlach, John Kimsel, M. Mickalonis and Unknown Borgerding
||February 20, 2014
||US District Court for the Western District of Michigan
||Northern Division (2) Office
||Robert Holmes Bell
||Timothy P. Greeley
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|Cause of Action:
||42 U.S.C. § 1983
|Jury Demanded By:
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|August 4, 2016
ORDER APPROVING AND ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION 182 , granting Defendants Amy Westcomb and John Kimsel's motions for summary judgment 147 , 156], denying plaintiff's motion for summary judgment 152 , 154 , ; signed by Judge Robert Holmes Bell (Judge Robert Holmes Bell, kcb)
|September 29, 2015
ORDER APPROVING AND ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION 109 ; granting Defendant Borgerding's motion for summary judgment for failure to exhaust administrative remedies 24 . Defendant Kimsel will remain a Defendant in this case. Granting Defen dants Mickalonis, Stevens, Gregurek, Karp, and Corning's motions for summary judgment for failure to exhaust administrative remedies 35 , 79 , 83 ; granting Defendants Bohjanen, Gerlach, Westcomb, Behler, Burke, and Johnson's motions for summary judgment for failure to exhaust administrative remedies 47 , 94 ; all claims against Defendant Westcomb are DISMISSED without prejudice except for Plaintiff's claim that he was denied incontinence supplies in 2012; signed by Judge Robert Holmes Bell (Judge Robert Holmes Bell, kcb)
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