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16-8668 - Khan et al v. Board Of Education Of The City Of Chicago et al


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16-8668 - Khan et al v. Board Of Education Of The City Of Chicago et al
March 5, 2018
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ORDER. Signed by the Honorable Manish S. Shah on 3/5/2018: Defendant Sedgwick's motion to dismiss 183 is granted. Count 8 is dismissed with prejudice as to Sedgwick. Defendant Scholastic's motion to dismiss 170 is granted. Counts 21, 22, and 28 against Scholastic are dismissed with prejudice. Plaintiff Khan's motion to compel arbitration and for a partial stay 203 is denied. The remaining motions to dismiss and the motion for sanctions remain under advisement and rulings will issue by separate orders. [For further detail see attached order.] Notices mailed.(psm, )
March 12, 2018
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aring is set for 3/27/18 at 9:30 a.m., to set a deadline for the filing of a fifth amended complaint. [For further detail see attached order.] Notices mailed. (psm, )ORDER. Signed by the Honorable Manish S. Shah on 3/12/2018: The Board defendants' motion to dismiss, 173, is granted in part. Some claims in the fourth amended complaint are dismissed with prejudice, some without, and some not at all. To simplify matters for the parties, the fourth amended complaint 132 is dismissed in its entirety, with leave to file a fifth amended complaint that complies with Rule 8 and this order. Defendants' motion for sanctions, 220, is denied. A status he