Meyer v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue Service
||Joseph D. Meyer
||Commissioner of Internal Revenue Service
||March 12, 2010
||US District Court for the District of Minnesota
||Joan N. Ericksen
||Raymond L. Erickson
|Nature of Suit:
||Freedom of Information Act
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|October 19, 2010
ORDER : IT IS ORDERED THAT:1.Defendants motion to dismiss or for summary judgment [Docket No. 9] is GRANTED.2.Plaintiffs claim under the Freedom of Information Act is dismissed as moot with respect to paragraphs 1 to 3 of his request dated December 1 0, 2009, and dismissed for failure to exhaust administrative remedies with respect to paragraph 4 of his December 10 request.3.Plaintiffs claim under the Privacy Act is dismissed for lack of jurisdiction.LET JUDGMENT BE ENTERED ACCORDINGLY.(Written Opinion). Signed by Judge Joan N. Ericksen on October 19, 2010. (slf)
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