Orocovis Petroleum Corp et al
||Orocovis Petroleum Corp and Jose F. Colon
||Puerto Rico Ports Authority, Fred Sosa and Empresas Santana, Inc.
||December 8, 2008
||US District Court for the District of Puerto Rico
||Gustavo A. Gelpi
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||18:1964 Racketeering (RICO) Act
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|October 5, 2010
ORDER re 101 Report and Recommendation,, 102 MOTION to Alter Judgment filed by Orocovis Petroleum Corp, 103 Order on Motion to Alter Judgment, For the reasons stated herein, the court hereby AMENDS its Opinion and Order dated August 26, 2010, to account for recent case precedents, but without altering its previous disposition. Signed by Judge Gustavo A. Gelpi on 10/5/2010.(TAL) Modified on 10/5/2010 to add text and replace pdf as to date signed, per Chambers' request(er).
|August 26, 2010
ORDER adopting in part Report and Recommendation re 99 Report and Recommendation. The court DISMISSES WITH PREJUDICE Plaintiffs claims against Puerto Rico Ports Authority; Plaintiffs claims under Civil RICO, the Sherman Act, and the First Amendment ; and Plaintiff Colons claims against Defendant Sosa (Docket No. 29). This case is returned to Magistrate Judge McGiverin for a default damages hearing as to the two surviving claims asserted by Plaintiff Orocovis Petroleum Corp. against Defendant Sosa for violations of due process and Puerto Rico tort law. Signed by Judge Gustavo A. Gelpi on 8/26/2010. (TAL)
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