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15-10961 - Henry v. Kenco Logistics Services et al


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15-10961 - Henry v. Kenco Logistics Services et al
March 8, 2018
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le a response on or before March 29, 2018, this Court will dismiss his case with prejudice. Signed by the Honorable Thomas M. Durkin on 3/8/2018:Mailed notice(srn, )MEMORANDUM Opinion and Order: The Court denies Henry's motion for voluntary dismissal of his case without prejudice 77. The Court grants in part and denies in part Henry's motion to withdraw his motion for voluntary dismissal, to strike defendant Kenco's motion for summary judgment, to set aside former defendant Mars's dismissal, and for sanctions 90. The Court grants Henry's request to withdraw his motion for voluntary dismissal, but denies the remainder of his requested relief. Because the Court has denied Henry's request to strike Kenco's motion for summary judgment, Henry must now respond to that motion as he was previously ordered to do. Henry has had nearly a year to review Kenco's motion and develop his responsive arguments, and he missed his prior response deadline. The Court will allow Henry until March 29, 2018 to file a response to the motion for summary judgment, with Kenco's reply due on April 13, 2018. If Henry fails to fi