Metter v. United States Army Corps of Engineers
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|March 25, 2014
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - The Corps' Motion to Dismiss, or in the Alternative, for Summary Judgment, and Motion to Substitute United States of America as the Sole Defendant (case no. 8:13-cv-133, filing 13 ; case no. 8:13-cv-134, filing 13) is granted in part, and denied in part, as follows: a. The Corps' motion to substitute is granted. The Corps will be dismissed as a defendant, and the United States shall be substituted in its place. b. The United States' motion to dismiss on jurisdictional grounds is granted, c. The United States' motion for summary judgment is denied as moot. The plaintiffs' complaints (case no. 8:13-cv-133, filing 1 ; and case no. 8:13-cv-134, filing 1) are dismissed, without prejudice. A separate judgment will be entered. Ordered by Judge John M. Gerrard. (GJG)
|May 8, 2013
REASSIGNMENT ORDER - Before the court are notices of related cases filed by the Plaintiffs in Case No. 8:13CV133 (Filing No. 5 ) and in Case No. 8:13CV134 (Filing No. 5). After review of the two matters, the court finds that the above cases are re lated as defined under NEGenR 1.4(a)(4)(C)(iii). Accordingly, Case No. 8:13CV134, Justin Erickson and Jennifer Erickson v. United States Army Corps of Engineers, is reassigned to District Judge John M. Gerrard for disposition and to Magistrate Judge Cheryl R. Zwart for judicial supervision and processing of all pretrial matters. Ordered by Chief Judge Laurie Smith Camp. (GJG)
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