Singleton et al v. Mossman et al (JRG2)
||Jason Singleton and Scherry Singleton
||Michael I Mossman and Jane Doe
||October 27, 2015
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee
||Clifton L Corker
||J Ronnie Greer
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|December 14, 2016
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: To the extent that the motion to dismiss, [Doc. 25], and the motion for judgment on the pleadings, [Doc. 36], move to dismiss the Amended Complaint, the motions are GRANTED. In sum, all claims alleged in the Amended Complaint, [Doc. 6 in 2:15-CV-290], are DISMISSED. Neither of the dispositive motions discussed dismissal of the state law claim of invasion of privacy or the FDCPA violations for improper communication with a third-party alleged in t he complaint filed in 2:15-CV-287. [Doc. 1-1]. To the extent that the dispositive motions address these allegations, it is with nothing more than a cursory statement, if at all, and the motions are DENIED. The allegations made in the complaint, [Doc. 1-1], for invasion of privacy and improper communication with a third-party in violation of the FDCPA are the only remaining claims in either of these consolidated cases. Signed by District Judge J Ronnie Greer on 12/14/2016. Associated Cases: 2:15-cv-00287-JRG-MCLC, 2:15-cv-00290-JRG-MCLC (AMP)
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