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16-2076 - Coulter v The Department of the Air Force


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16-2076 - Coulter v The Department of the Air Force
March 2, 2017
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ORDER signed by District Judge Stanley A Bastian on 03/01/17 ORDERING that, pursuant to the parties' 10 Stipulation, the hearing on the 8 Motion to Dismiss is CONTINUED to 04/13/17 without oral argument. Any opposition and reply are due in accordance with the Local Rules; the due date for the Joint Status Report is continued until 7 days after any Answer is filed in this action. (Benson, A)
March 30, 2017
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STIPULATION and ORDER signed by District Judge Stanley A Bastian on 03/29/17 ORDERING that parties' Stipulation withdrawing U.S's 8 Motion to Dismiss, permitting filing of Amended Complaint and setting responsive deadline is GRANTED; defendant's 8 Motion to Dismiss is WITHDRAWN and any related dates are VACATED; plaintiff is GRANTED LEAVE to file 12 First Amended Complaint; any responsive pleading is due 04/20/17; a Joint Status Report is due 7 days after any answer is filed. (Benson, A)
June 23, 2017
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ORDER signed by District Judge Stanley A Bastian on 6/22/17 ORDERING that Defendants' MOTION to DISMISS 18 is GRANTED, in part. On or before 7/5/2017, Plaintiff shall file additional briefing addressing the request for a stay and the Mangano decision. On or before 7/15/2017, Defendants shall file its responsive briefing. On or before 7/26/2017, Plaintiff shall file any reply. IT IS SO ORDERED. The Clerk of Court is directed to enter this Order and forward copies to counsel. (Mena-Sanchez, L)
August 16, 2017
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ORDER signed by District Judge Stanley A Bastian on 8/15/17: Plaintiff's Whistleblower Protection Act claim and Federal Tort Act claim for Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress are DISMISSED, for failure to exhaust administrative remedies. The Clerk of Court is directed to enter this Order, forward copies to counsel, and close the files. (Kaminski, H)