Skip to content.
About GPO   |   Newsroom/Media   |   Congressional Relations   |   Inspector General   |   Careers   |   Contact   |   askGPO   |   Help  

  FDsys > More Information
(Search string is required)

16-7743 - Gomez v. City of Chicago

Download Files


Document in Context
16-7743 - Gomez v. City of Chicago
January 13, 2017
PDF | More
under § 1981, § 1983, and state law are dismissed without prejudice. If Plaintiff believes he can cure the deficiencies identified in this Memorandum, he may file a motion for leave to file an amended complaint within 30 days of the dateMEMORANDUM Opinion and Order: For the reasons set forth herein, Defendant's Motion to Dismiss 10, is granted in part and denied in part. The case will proceed on the Title VII claim per the Minute Order issued 1/12/2017, R. 19. The claims of this Order. The motion should attach the proposed amended complaint and be supported by a brief of no more than five pages describing how the proposed amended complaint cures the deficiencies identified. Should Plaintiff choose to file such a motion, Defendant should not respond unless ordered by the Court to do so. Signed by the Honorable Thomas M. Durkin on 1/13/2017:Mailed notice(srn, )
November 17, 2017
PDF | More
MEMORANDUM Opinion and Order: For these reasons, the Court grants the City's motion for a protective order 27 in part and denies it in part. The City should make the change identified above by the Court and resubmit the revised confidentiality order, following the procedure outlined on the Court's website for proposed orders. Signed by the Honorable Thomas M. Durkin on 11/17/2017:Mailed notice(srn, )