Doe v. Bin Fahd Alsaud et al
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|October 10, 2017
OPINION re: 106 MOTION to Reopen Case & For Damages. filed by Jane Doe. For the foregoing reasons, the Plaintiff is to be awarded $1,250,000 in compensatory damages and $1,000,000 in punitive damages. (Signed by Judge Robert W. Sweet on 10/10/2017) (kgo)
|December 13, 2016
OPINION re: 76 MOTION for Summary Judgment . filed by Jane Doe. Based upon the facts and conclusions set forth above, Plaintiff's motion for summary judgment is granted. (Signed by Judge Robert W. Sweet on 12/13/2016) (lmb)
|May 9, 2016
OPINION re: 54 MOTION to Dismiss. MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Mustapha Ouanes, 60 CROSS MOTION for Summary Judgment filed by Jane Doe: Based on the conclusions set forth above, Plaintiff's motion for summary judgment is denied with leave granted to refile consistent with this Opinion. Defendant's motion is denied. (Signed by Judge Robert W. Sweet on 5/9/2016) (tn)
|April 3, 2014
OPINION. For the reasons set forth in this Opinion, Defendant Saudi Oger's motion to dismiss is granted. The FAC's First, Second and Third causes of action against Saudi Oger are dismissed without prejudice with leave to replead within twenty days. It is so ordered. Re: 23 MOTION to Dismiss THE FIRST AMENDED COMPLAINT PURSUANT TO RULE 12(b)(6) filed by Saudi Oger Ltd. (Signed by Judge Robert W. Sweet on 4/3/2014) (rjm)
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