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18-051 - Choi v. Consulate General of Japan


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18-051 - Choi v. Consulate General of Japan
May 15, 2018
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ORDER Denying Plaintiff's 23 Motion for Reconsideration of Order Granting Defendant's Motion To Dismiss Plaintiff's Statement Of Claim And Complaint. "On May 13, 2018, the court received a letter from Choi that the courIZE=1>COURTS CERTIFICATE of Service - Non-Registered CM/ECF Participants have been served by First Class Mail to the addresses of record listed on the Notice of Electronic Filing (NEF)t construes as a motion for reconsideration. ECF No. 23. The letter insists that the FSIA does not apply to Choi's case, that the courts decision should [have been] made solely on the basis of the [Universal Postal Convention], andthat the Japanese Consulate must be held responsible for the breach of this treaty. Id. at PageID #s 192-94. Choi's motion for reconsideration fails to explain why these conclusions were incorrect. Nor does Choi address the courts determination that she lacked Article III standing to sue. The court therefore does not reconsider its decision dismissing Choi's claims against the Consulate General. Insofar as Choi's letter is as a motion for reconsideration, it is DENIED. Choi need not file an Amended Complaint if she does not wish to do so. However, in light of Choi's pro se status, the court extends the filing deadline for any Amended Complaint to June 15, 2018." Signed by JUDGE SUSAN OKI MOLLWAY on 5/15/2018. (cib, )