Jones-Soderman v. Mazawey et al
||Richard S. Mazawey, Law Office of Richard Mazawey, Esq. and Malpractice Insurance Carrier of Richard Mazawey, Esq.
||April 2, 2009
||US District Court for the Southern District of New York
||P.I.: Other Office
||Stephen C. Robinson
||Lisa Margaret Smith
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|Jury Demanded By:
||28:1332 Diversity-Personal Injury
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|January 6, 2010
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS for 13 Report and Recommendations, 7 Motion to Dismiss, filed by spouse of Richard Mazawey.... Having reviewed Judge Smith's thorough and well-reasoned Report and Recommendation, this Court adopts Ju dge Smith's findings in their entirety. Accordingly, Defendant Spouse's motion to dismiss is GRANTED. The Clerk of the Court is directed to dismiss Defendant Spouse from the action and to terminate dockel enfry # 7. (Signed by Judge Stephen C. Robinson on 1/6/10) The Clerk's Office Has Mailed Copies.(fk)
|August 7, 2009
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS:...For the foregoing reasons I conclude, and respectfully recommend that Your Honor should conclude, that Defendant Spouse of Richard Mazawey's motion to dismiss, docket#7, should be granted in its entirety and that De fendant Spouse of Richard Mazawey should be dismissed from this case... re: 7 MOTION to Dismiss of Defendant Spouse of Richard Mazawey. filed by spouse of Richard Mazawey Objections to R&R due by 8/24/2009 SO ORDERED (Signed by Magistrate Judge Lisa Margaret Smith on 8/7/2009) The Clerk's Office Has Mailed Copies.(rj)
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