Singh v. Orthofix International N.V. et al
||Orthofix International N.V., Alan W. Milinazzo, Bob Vaters, Brian McCollum, Brad Mason and Emily Buxton
||August 14, 2013
||New York Southern District Court
||Foley Square Office
||XX Out of State
||John G. Koeltl
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|Cause of Action:
||15:78m(a) Securities Exchange Act
|Jury Demanded By:
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|March 6, 2015
OPINION AND ORDER. The Court has considered all of the remaining arguments of the parties. To the extent not specifically addressed above, they are either moot or without merit. For the foregoing reasons, the defendants' motion to dismiss is gra nted in part and denied in part. The claims against defendant Milinazzo are dismissed with prejudice and the motion to dismiss is otherwise denied. The Clerk is directed to close Docket Nos. 49, 53, 63, and 66. re: 63 MOTION to Dismiss wit h prejudice all claims asserted against the Moving Defendants in the Second Amended Complaint filed in this action filed by Robert S. Vaters, Orthofix International N.V., Emily V. Buxton, Brian McCollum, 66 MOTION to Dismiss with prej udice all claims asserted against Defendant Alan W. Milinazzo in the Second Amended Complaint filed in this action filed by Alan W. Milinazzo, 53 MOTION to Dismiss filed by Alan W. Milinazzo, 49 JOINT MOTION to Dismiss filed by Robert S. Vaters, Orthofix International N.V., Emily V. Buxton, Brian McCollum. (Signed by Judge John G. Koeltl on 3/6/2015) (rjm)
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