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17-1563 - Spearman v. iPlay, Inc.


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17-1563 - Spearman v. iPlay, Inc.
August 17, 2017
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RELATED CASE ORDER signed by District Judge Troy L. Nunley on 8/16/2017 FINDING that this case is related to the case denominated 2:17-cv-01647 KJM EFB within the meaning of Local Rule 123(a); REASSIGNING the case denominated 2:17-cv-01647 KJM EFB to Judge Troy L. Nunley and Magistrate Judge Kendall J. Newman for all further proceedings; DIRECTING the Clerk of Court to make the appropriate adjustments in the assignment of civil cases to compensate for this reassignment and issue. (Michel, G.)
September 14, 2017
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ORDER signed by District Judge Troy L. Nunley on 09/14/17 GRANTING 11 defendant's Motion for Extension of Time to Respond to Complaint; the deadline for defendant to answer or otherwise respond to the Complaint is EXTENDED to 10/2/17. (Benson, A.)
March 19, 2018
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ORDER signed by District Judge Troy L. Nunley on 3/16/2018 GRANTING 21 Motion to Stay Discovery. (Washington, S)
August 8, 2018
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ORDER signed by District Judge Troy L. Nunley on 8/7/2018 DENYING 17 Motion to Dismiss without prejudice, subject to limited jurisdictional discovery. The Plaintiff is afforded 60 days from the date of this Order to conduct jurisdictional discovery. Plaintiffs shall file a supplemental opposition to the Motion to Dismiss discussing only the issue of subject matter jurisdiction and the amount in controversy within 14 days of the close of jurisdictional discovery. Defendants may then file a supplemental reply within 7 days of Plaintiff's opposition. The Court will afford Defendant an opportunity to refile a Motion to Dismiss at a later date should the Court determine it has subject matter jurisdiction over this matter. (Washington, S)