7-Eleven, Inc. v. Khan et al
||Asaid Sohail, Ansarul H. Rana, Tariq A. Khan, Shahid F. Khan, Senita Khan, Iram M. Khan, Farouq Khan, Does 2:13cv3538 1 through 50, Faith E. Camacho, Rajesh M. Ajmeri, Mohammed Tanveer and Mohammed Tariq Wattoo
||June 21, 2013
||US District Court for the Eastern District of New York
||Central Islip Office
||Arlene R. Lindsay
||Arthur D. Spatt
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||28:1332 Diversity-Contract Default
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|October 10, 2013
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER; ORDER ADOPTING 8/19/13 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION; FINDINGS OF FACT AND CONCLUSIONS OF LAW - The Court adopts Judge Lindsays recommendation in its entirety and adopts Judge Lindsay's recommendation that 7-Eleven's moti on for a preliminary injunction be granted. The Court directs the Khans (1) to surrender the subject stores to 7-Eleven within 3 days of the date of this order; (2) to preserve all security surveillance images located at the stores; (3) to allow 7-El even to copy all such images recorded within the stores, at any and all times, including all images stored and/or recorded on any type of analog or digital media such as DVRs; and (4) to make the DVRs available to 7-Eleven for purposes of conducting a forensic review to attempt to recover any erased surveillance images. Finally, given the Court's determination with respect to the propriety of the termination of the franchise agreements, the Court adopts Judge Lindsays recommendation that th e Khans' motion for injunctive relief be denied in all respects. The $50,000 bond filed by 7-Eleven related to the temporary restraining order shall remain in the effect, now as a condition of the preliminary injunction. So Ordered by Judge Arthur D. Spatt on 10/10/2013. (Coleman, Laurie)
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