Boimah v. Loudon Arms Apt.
||Joseph R. Boimah
||Loudon Arms Apt.
||June 12, 2018
||US District Court for the Northern District of New York
||Christian F. Hummel
||David N. Hurd
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|February 5, 2019
DECISION AND ORDER that the complaint is dismissed with prejudice as to Pltf's 42 USC 1983 claim and age discrimination claim. The complaint is dismissed without prejudice as to Pltf's race and disability discrimination claims. Pltf is give n an opportunity to amend the complaint as to those claims by 3/7/19. If Pltf timely files an amended complaint, it will be forwarded to the Magistrate Judge for review. If Pltf fails to file an amended complaint by 3/7/19, the complaint will be dismissed in its entirety and the case closed. Signed by Judge David N. Hurd on 2/5/19. (Copy served via regular mail)(sfp, )
|August 22, 2018
REPORT-RECOMMENDATION & ORDER: Ordered that Pltf's 2 motion for IFP is granted. Recommended that Pltf's 1 complaint be dismissed with opportunity to Amend. Recommended that if the District Judge adopts this R&R and Order and permits Pl tf to amend, Pltf be given 30 days from the date of filing of the District Judges Order to file an amended complaint. If Pltf fails to file an amended complaint in 30 days, the case will be dismissed. ( Objections to R&R due by 9/10/2018, Case Review Deadline 9/12/2018). Signed by Magistrate Judge Christian F. Hummel on 8/22/18. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit(s))(Copy served via regular mail)(jdp, )
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