Slep-Tone Entertainment Corporation v. Garner et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|January 15, 2015
ORDER GRANTING 117 Plaintiff's Motion to Dismiss Defendant Stephen Winn: All claims against Stephen Winn are dismissed without prejudice. The clerk is directed to close this matter. Signed by US District Judge Terrence W. Boyle on 1/14/2015. (Fisher, M.)
|June 24, 2014
ORDER GRANTING 103 Motion for a Court-Hosted Settlement Conference. Signed by US District Judge Terrence W. Boyle on 6/23/2014. Copy mailed to all pro se parties via US Mail. (Fisher, M.)
|May 16, 2014
ORDER ADOPTING 100 Memorandum and Recommendations. Defendant Yarborough's Motion for Partial Summary Judgment is DENIED. As the time for filing dispositive motions in this matter has passed, the clerk is directed to refer this matter for a pretrial conference. Signed by US District Judge Terrence W. Boyle on 5/16/2014. Copy of Order mailed to pro se defendants via US Mail. (Fisher, M.)
|February 7, 2012
ORDER denying 46 Motion to Dismiss; denying 48 Motion to Dismiss. The Court hereby ORDERS that the five severed Defendants against whom new actions have been brought in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina (Collin Yarbrough, Nona Powers, Stephen Winn, Rick Barefoot, and Steven Perry) are TRANSFERRED to that District. Signed by Senior Judge Graham Mullen on 2/7/2012. (Pro se litigant served by US Mail.) (tmg)[Transferred from North Carolina Western on 2/9/2012.]
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