Scott v. Greenberg et al
||Capital Discount Corp., Capitol Discount Corporation, E. Hope Greenberg and Maylah Furniture
||September 23, 2015
||US District Court for the Eastern District of New York
||Margo K. Brodie
||Ramon E. Reyes
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||15:1692 Fair Debt Collection Act
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|September 28, 2018
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER: The Court denies Plaintiff's motion for default judgment, and dismisses without prejudice Plaintiff's claims against Mylah Furniture for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. The Clerk of Court is directed to close the case. Ordered by Judge Margo K. Brodie on 9/28/2018. (Brucella, Michelle)
|March 31, 2017
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER granting in part and denying in part 31 Greenberg's motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim; granting 34 and 37 Capitol Discount's and Maylah Furniture's motions to dismiss for failure to state a claim . For the reasons discussed in the attached Memorandum and Order, the Court (1) grants in part and denies in part Greenberg's motion to dismiss Plaintiff's FDCPA claims, (2) denies Greenberg's motion to dismiss Plaintiff's state law claims, and (3) grants Maylah Furniture's and Capitol Discount's motions to dismiss. The Court grants Plaintiff thirty (30) days from the date of this Memorandum and Order to file a second amended complaint as to her claims against Maylah Furniture and Capitol Discount under General Business Law section 349 and Personal Property Law section 402(4). Ordered by Judge Margo K. Brodie on 3/31/2017. (Daugherty, Shannon)
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