Chilton et al v. Chilton et al
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|August 28, 2013
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER Dismissing this case without prejudice and directing Clerk to remove this case from the Court's docket. Signed by Judge Thomas E. Johnston on 8/27/2013. (cc: attys; any unrepresented party) (tmr)
|March 29, 2013
ORDER denying as moot plaintiffs' 2 MOTION for a temporary restraining order; denying as moot plaintiffs' 4 MOTION for expedited discovery; denying Chilton defendants' 12 MOTION to dismiss; denying the corporate defendants' 19 MOTION to dismiss Count VIII; denying as moot plaintiffs' 25 MOTION for a preliminary injunction; denying United Bank's 29 MOTION to dismiss for failure to state a claim; denying corporate defendants' 31 MOTION to dismiss fo r failure to join required parties; denying as moot United Bank's 36 MOTION to exclude testimony or evidence; denying Chilton defendants' 41 MOTION to dismiss; denying plaintiffs' 46 MOTION to file surreply; denying plaintiffs 39; 48 MOTION to revise scheduling order; granting as unopposed plaintiffs' 49 MOTION to enter preliminary injunction order; further directing the parties to fully brief all issues concerning joinder of any necessary but absent persons and e ntities, file appropriate motions, and, if required, tender evidence in support of any additional motions; and further striking the phrase "an individual" from the designation of both Chilton defendants in the case caption. Signed by Judge Thomas E. Johnston on 3/29/2013. (cc: attys; any unrepresented party) (jap)
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