SAI Broken Arrow C, LLC v. Guardian Emergency Vehicles, Inc. et al
||SAI Broken Arrow C, LLC
||Guardian Emergency Vehicles, Inc., J Kennith Brown, James Agnew, Don Sowell, Mayes Emergency Trust Authority and John Doe
||July 16, 2009
||Oklahoma Northern District Court
||Claire V Eagan
||Frank H McCarthy
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||18:1964 Racketeering (RICO) Act
|Jury Demanded By:
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|September 24, 2009
OPINION AND ORDER by Chief Judge Claire V Eagan that Guardian Emergency Vehicles, Inc., J. Kennith Brown, and James Agnew's Motion to Dismiss, or in the Alternative, Motion to Transfer (Dkt. # 16) is granted in part and denied in part: p laintiff's RICO claim against Guardian, Brown, Agnew and Sowell (First Claim for Relief) is dismissed; however, defendants' motion to dismiss for improper venue or to transfer venue is denied. Plaintiff may file an amended complaint realle ging a RICO claim against Guardian, Brown, Agnew, and Sowell no later than October 7, 2009. ; granting in part and denying in part 16 Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction; denying 16 Motion to Transfer Case to Other District (Re: 1 Complaint ) (RGG, Chambers)
|January 8, 2010
OPINION AND ORDER by Chief Judge Claire V Eagan directing Plaintiff to correct the case capton to remove Donald Sowell and John Doe purchasers and tag agencies as parties ; denying 39 Motion to Dismiss; denying 39 Motion to Strike (Re: 37 Amended Complaint,, ) (RGG, Chambers)
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