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17-2133 - Edwards v. Vemma Nutrition et al

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17-2133 - Edwards v. Vemma Nutrition et al
January 31, 2018
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ORDER - Vemma's motion to compel arbitration and dismiss (Doc. 18) is granted.Plaintiff's claims against Vemma are subject to arbitration, and those claims are dismissed without prejudice. Plaintiff's motion for leave to file sur-reply (Doc. 30) is denied in light of the opportunity Plaintiff's counsel was given to address all of the issues in this case during oral argument. Signed by Judge David G Campbell on 01/30/2018. (KAS)
July 20, 2018
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ORDER - 1. Defendant Haresh Mehta's Motion to Dismiss, (Doc. 57), is GRANTED. 2. Defendants Tom and Bethany Alkazin's Motion to Dismiss, (doc. 74), is GRANTED with leave to amend within 30 days. 3. Defendant Vemma International Holdings Inc.'s Motion to Dismiss, (doc. 70), is GRANTED with leave to amend within 30 days. 4. Plaintiff John Edwards may amend the complaint to clarify which allegations and claims apply to Vemma International Holdings and to state facts, if any, which suggest that Plaintiff was harmed in Arizona by the conduct of the Alkazins. (See document for further details). Signed by Judge G Murray Snow on 7/20/18. (LAD)