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07-1716 - Uptain-Villa v. Prudential Financial et al


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07-1716 - Uptain-Villa v. Prudential Financial et al
December 20, 2007
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ORDER signed by Judge Ronald S.W. Lew on 12/19/07 DENYING 9 and 15 Requests for Judicial Notice; DENYING the Motion to Dismiss as to the Firstand Third Causes of Action; GRANTING the Motion to Dismiss, with 20 daysleave to amend, as to the Second Cause of Action; GRANTING the Motion to Dismiss, with 20 days leave to amend, as to the Fourth Cause of Action; and GRANTING the Motion to Dismiss as to Prudential Financial, Inc. without prejudice because Prudential Financial, Inc. was not involved in the conducts at issue in this case, and both parties agree to dismiss it. (Dillon, M)
March 5, 2008
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ORDER signed by Senior Judge Ronald S.W. Lew on 3/4/08 ORDERING that NCMIC Group, Inc., shall be dismissed without prejudice as NCMIC Group, Inc. was not involved in the conduct at issue in this case. Plaintiff's second claim for intentional misrepresentation and fourth claim for violation of Section 1962(b)(d) of RICCO are DISMISSED without prejudice. (Anderson, J)
June 4, 2008
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STIPULATION and ORDER signed by Judge John A. Mendez on 06/03/08 ORDERING that this action is DISMISSED with prejudice pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 41(a)(1). CASE CLOSED. (Manzer, C)