Howard v. Maximus, Inc. et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|August 6, 2014
ORDER: The Court ADOPTS that portion of Magistrate Judge Stewarts Findings and Recommendation 42 in which she recommends the Court GRANT Defendant Maximus Inc.s Motion 36 to Dismiss Plaintiffs First Amended Complaint and DISMISSES this matter with prejudice. Signed on 08/06/2014 by Judge Anna J. Brown. See attached 5 page Order for full text. (bb)
|February 5, 2014
ORDER: The Court ADOPTS that portion of Magistrate Judge Stewarts Findings and Recommendation 27 in which she recommends the Court GRANT Defendant's Motion 20 to Dismiss Plaintiffs § 1983 claims with prejudice and Plaintiffs RICO and Piercing the Corporate Veil claims. The Court, however, DISMISSES Plaintiffs RICO and Piercing the Corporate Veil claims without prejudice. The Court also GRANTS leave to Plaintiff to file an amended complaint no later than February 24, 2 014, only as to his RICO and Piercing the Corporate Veil claims to attempt to cure the deficiencies set out in the Findings and Recommendations. If Plaintiff files an amended complaint, the Magistrate Judge shall review the amended complaint to de termine whether Plaintiff has cured the deficiencies. If Plaintiff does not file an amended complaint and cure the deficiencies by February 24, 2014, the Court will dismiss this matter with prejudice. See attached 7 page Order for full text. Signed on 02/05/2014 by Judge Anna J. Brown. (bb)
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