Payne v. Kabliko et al
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|June 8, 2018
ORDER ADOPTING 22 Report and Recommendations. Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (Doc. 15), which was converted into a Motion for Summary Judgment after giving the parties notice, (Doc. 19) is GRANTED. Clerk of the Court is directed to enter judgment IN FAVOR of Defendants and AGAINST Plaintiff on all counts. Clerk of Court directed to CLOSE this case. Signed by Honorable Robert D. Mariani on 6/8/18. (jam)
|January 26, 2018
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION (Doc. 9) for the reasons stated therein. Because Pltf did not amend his claims against Deputy Superintendent Cronauer, Deputy Superintendent Mason, and Chief Grievance Officer Varner in the time allotted by th is Court's prior Order, (Doc. 8), those claims are now DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. The Clerk of Court is directed to TERMINATE Defts Cronauer, Mason, and Varner from this action. ORDER REMANDING CASE to Magistrate Judge Martin C. Carlson for further proceedings consistent with this Order.Signed by Honorable Robert D. Mariani on 1/26/18. (ao)
|December 18, 2017
ORDER ADOPTING (Doc. 6) REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS. Plainitff's claims against Deputy Superintendent Cronauer, Deputy Superintendent Mason, and Chief Grievance Officer Varner, are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Plaintiff may amend his complaint within 21 days. Case is REMANDED to Magisstrate Judge Carlson for further proceedings.Signed by Honorable Robert D. Mariani on 12/18/17. (jam)
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