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17-21468 - Lisa Mollicone v. Universal Handicraft, Inc. et al


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17-21468 - Lisa Mollicone v. Universal Handicraft, Inc. et al
January 25, 2017
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MINUTES (IN CHAMBERS) - PLAINTIFF LISA MOLLICONE'S EX PARTE APPLICATION TO CONTINUE THE LOCAL RULE 23-3 DEADLINE FOR THE FILING OF A MOTION FOR CLASS CERTIFICATION by Judge Christina A. Snyder: On 1/11/2017, Plaintiff filed an Ex Parte Application to continue the deadline to file a motion for class certification 34. It appears that defendants do not oppose a continuance of the deadline to 3/20/2017. Therefore, the Court continues the deadline for filing a motion for class certification to 3/20/2017, without prejudice to plaintiff's seeking a further continuance upon a showing of good cause. Court Reporter: Not Present. (gk)
January 30, 2017
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MINUTES OF Motion Hearing held before Judge Christina A. Snyder RE: Defendant Universal Handicraft, Inc.'s ("UHI") Motion to Dismiss 28; Specially Appearing Defendant Shay Sabag Segev's Motion Dismiss 29. The Court: GRANTS Segev's motion to dismiss the FAC and DISMISSES plaintiffs claims against Segev without prejudice; DENIES UHI's motion to dismiss plaintiffs claims for injunctive relief; DENIES UHI's motion to dismiss plaintiffs claims pertaining to any product other than the CELLMAX kit; GRANTS UHI's motion and DISMISSES without prejudice plaintiffs claims that are based on laws other than those of California and New Jersey; DENIES UHI's motion to dismiss plaintiffs fraud-based claims; To the extent UHi requests that the Court dismiss plaintiffs CLRA, UCL, FAL, and CF A claims on the grounds that plaintiff only alleges lack of substantiation, the Court DENIES UHI's motion; GRANTS UHI's motion to dismiss plaintiffs MMWA claim and DISMISSES that claim without prejudice; DENIES UHI's motion to dismiss plaintiffs claims that are predicated on allegations that defendants' labels are misleading; GRANTS UHI's motion to dismiss plaintiffs claims that are predicated on allegations that defendants are marketing unapproved new drugs unlawfully, and DISMISSES any such claims without prejudice; GRANTS UHI's motion to dismiss plaintiffs claim for declaratory relief and DISMISSES that claim without prejudice; and DENIES UHI's motion to dismiss plaintiffs unjust enrichment claim. Plaintiff shall have 21 days from the date of this order to file a second amended complaint addressing the deficiencies identified in this order. See document for further details. Court Reporter: Laura Elias. (gk)
April 17, 2017
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MINUTES OF Motion Hearing held before Judge Christina A. Snyder: The Court GRANTS Defendant Universal Handicraft, Inc., doing business as Deep Sea Cosmetics and Adore Organic Innovations's motion to transfer this action to the Southern District of Florida 50. Case electronically transferred. ( MD JS-6. Case Terminated ) Court Reporter: Laura Elias. (gk)
November 29, 2017
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ORDER denying 97 Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim; denying 97 Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction; denying 97 Motion to Strike ; denying 97 Motion for More Definite Statement; denying 98 Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim; denying 98 Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Jurisdiction; denying 98 Motion to Strike ; denying 98 Motion for More Definite Statement. Signed by Judge Robert N. Scola, Jr on 11/28/2017. (vmz)