Chatmon v. Centennial Employee Management Corp.
Plaintiff: Paulette A. Chatmon
Defendant: Centennial Employee Management Corp.
Case Number: 8:2011cv00182
Filed: May 23, 2011
Court: US District Court for the District of Nebraska
Office: 8 Omaha Office
Presiding Judge: Pro Se Docket
Presiding Judge: Richard G. Kopf
Nature of Suit: Civil Rights: Jobs
Cause of Action: 28 U.S.C. ยง 1331 Fed. Question: Employment Discrimination
Jury Demanded By: Plaintiff

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July 1, 2011 Opinion or Order Filing 6 MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - Plaintiff's claims against Defendant may proceed and service is now warranted. To obtain service of process on Defendant, Plaintiff must complete and return the summons form which the Clerk of the court will provide. The C lerk of the court shall send ONE (1) summons form and ONE (1) USM-285 form to Plaintiff together with a copy of this Memorandum and Order. Plaintiff shall, as soon as possible, complete the forms and send the completed forms back to the Clerk of the court. In the absence of the forms, service of process cannot occur. Upon receipt of the completed forms, the Clerk of the court will sign the summons form, to be forwarded with a copy of the Complaint, to the U.S. Marshal for service of process. Th e Marshal shall serve the summons and Complaint without payment of costs or fees. Service may be by certified mail pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 4 and Nebraska law in the discretion of the Marshal. The Clerk of the court will copy the Complaint, and P laintiff does not need to do so. Fed. R. Civ. Pro. 4 requires service of a complaint on a defendant within 120 days of filing the complaint. However, because in this order Plaintiff is informed for the first time of these requirements, Plaintiff is granted, on the court's own motion, an extension of time until 120 days from the date of this order to complete service of process. The Clerk of the Court is directed to set a pro se case management deadline in this case with the following text : "October 31, 2011: Check for completion of service of summons." The parties are bound by the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and by the Local Rules of this court. Plaintiff shall keep the court informed of her current address at all times while this case is pending. Failure to do so may result in dismissal. Ordered by Judge Richard G. Kopf. (Copies mailed to pro se party)(TCL )
June 16, 2011 Opinion or Order Filing 5 MEMORANDUM AND ORDER granting 2 Motion for Leave to Proceed in Forma Pauperis. Leave to proceed in forma pauperis is provisionally granted, and the Complaint shall be filed without payment of fees. Ordered by Judge Richard G. Kopf. (Copy mailed/e-mailed to pro se party)(GJG)
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