Martinez v. Peters et al
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|April 8, 2015
ORDER: The Court ADOPTS Magistrate Judge Papak's Findings and Recommendation 131 . Accordingly, the Court DENIES Plaintiffs Motion 55 for Summary Judgment, GRANTS Defendants' Motion 72 for Summary Judgment, GRANTS Defendants& #039; Motion 91 to Dismiss, DISMISSES with prejudice Plaintiffs § 1983 claim set forth in his original Complaint 2 , and DISMISSES withoutprejudice Plaintiffs § 1983 claim set forth in his Supplemental Complaint 82 . Signed on 04/08/2015 by Judge Anna J. Brown. See attached 3 page Order for full text. (bb)
|July 1, 2014
OPINION & ORDER: Martinez shall have until 9/2/2014, to file a response to the moving defendants' constructive motion 91 , the moving defendants shall have until 9/16/2014, to file an optional reply in support of their constructive m otion 91 , and Martinez' motion 55 for partial summary judgment (styled as a motion for summary judgment) and the moving defendants' cross-motion 72 for partial summary judgment (styled as a motion for summary judgment) are Stricken from the Under Advisement Calendar of 6/17/2014, and will likewise be taken under advisement as of 9/17/2014. Signed on 7/1/14 by Magistrate Judge Paul Papak. (gm)
|November 18, 2013
ORDER: Plaintiff's Motion for Preliminary Injunction 52 is DENIED. Signed on 11/18/2013 by Judge Anna J. Brown. (gw)
|October 7, 2013
Order. The Court AFFIRMS Magistrate Judge Papak's Order 9 denying Plaintiff's Motion 3 for Class Certification. Signed on 10/07/2013 by Judge Anna J. Brown.See attached 4 page Order for full text. (bb)
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