Fifth Third Bank v. Apostolic Life Cathedral
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|April 22, 2010
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER granting 39 MOTION to Strike; granting 42 MOTION to Dismiss. The Court treats both motions as motions to dismiss Mark-Shannon Manuel's Cross-claim, pursuant to Rule 12(b)(6). The Court further orders that the do cuments received by Mr. Manuel be filed with an effective filing date of 4/19/2010. The Court further finds Mr. Manuel's most recent filing unresponsive to the afore-mentioned motions and orders the document stricken from the record. Signed by Judge Robert C. Chambers on 4/22/2010. (cc: attys; any unrepresented party) (gan)
|February 23, 2010
ORDER. For reasons stated, the Court strikes defendant Mark-Shannon Manuel's 35 Answer insofar as it purports to tender an anwser on behalf of the corporate defendant, Digigreeters, LLC. Any answer filed on behalf of Digigreeters, LLC shall be filed only through an attorney admitted to practice in this district. Any future filings made in this action by Digigreeters, LLC, including any answer to the cross-claim raised against it by defendant Apostolic Life Cathedral, must be made only through an attorney admitted to practice in this district. Failure to comply with this order will result in the entry of default against the corporate defendant and in favor of the plaintiff and/or the cross claimant. Signed by Judge Robert C. Chambers on 2/23/2010. (cc: attys; Mark-Shannon Manuel; Digigreeters, LLC) (gan)
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