Quelet v. Preston et al
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|January 16, 2014
ORDER (Memorandum 125 filed previously as separate docket entry) - It is hereby ORDERED that: 1. Defts' MTDs 100 , 102 , 104 , 106 , 110 & 112 are GRANTED.; 2. Action DISMISSED with prejudice & without costs.; 3. Clrk of Ct directed to CLOSE this case. (See order for complete details.) Signed by Chief Judge Christopher C. Conner on 1/16/14. (ki)
|May 31, 2013
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER - It is hereby ORDERED that: 1. Motions to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction 21 , 23 & 26 & motion for leave to file supp'l response to defts' jurisdictional motions 31 DENIED as MOOT.; 2. Motions to dism iss of Smith, Preston & Hanover Family Practice Associates 67 & Pfisterer 64 are GRANTED w/ re: factual sufficiency of the complaint & DENIED in all other respects.; 3. Motion to dismiss of DeAngelo & Hillside Pain Management 56 is DENIED.; 4. M otion to dismiss of Hanover Rehab Center 45 is DENIED.; 5. Motions to strike of DeAngelo & Hillside Pain Management 62 & Hanover Rehab Center 59 are DENIED as MOOT.; 6. The complaint is DISMISSED without prejudice - Quelet is hereby GRANTED leave to file an amended complaint with 20 days of this order. (See memo & order for complete details.) Signed by Honorable Christopher C. Conner on 5/31/13. (ki)
|September 24, 2012
MEMORANDUM. Signed by Judge Catherine C. Blake on 9/24/12. (mps, Deputy Clerk) [Transferred from Maryland on 9/25/2012.]
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