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05-238 - SMITH v. TURNER et al


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05-238 - SMITH v. TURNER et al
May 18, 2005
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ORDER : Pltf's pro se complaint includes a heading at page 18 reading "Plaintiff Seeks Summary Judgment." This heading, which is not accompanied by references to Rule 56 or supporting evidence, let alone the usual summary judgment apparatus under Local Rule 56.1, is now the subject of one motion to strike (Docket No. 24) and two motions to join in that motion to strike (Docket Nos. 45 and 49). All three are hereby denied. Pltf has not moved for summary judgment. There is no need to edit the pro se complaint in this manner. Signed by Judge David Frank Hamilton on 5/18/2005. c/m (LSC, )
March 29, 2006
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ENTRY discussing pending motions. Signed by Judge David Frank Hamilton on 3/29/2006. c/m (LSC, )
March 29, 2006
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Partial Final JUDGMENT : The claims asserted by pltf Sheryl Smith against defts Holly Turner, John Einhaus, Sylvester Young, and Roger Young are dismissed for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. Signed by Judge David Frank Hamilton on 3/29/2006. c/m(LSC, )
March 15, 2007
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ENTRY Discussing Pending Motions (Conclusion): The motions for summary judgment of the Collection Agency Defendants are therefore granted. As a result of this ruling, Smith's motion docketed as 146 is denied, and as a result of prior rulings in this case her motions docketed as no. 145 and as no. 149 are also denied. The resolution of the Collection Agency Defendants' motions for summary judgment does not resolve all claims against all parties, however, and the court does not find that the entry of partial final judgment is appropriate as to the resolution of the claims against the Collection Agency Defendants. Signed by Judge David Frank Hamilton on 3/15/2007. c/m (LSC)
January 18, 2008
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ENTRY Discussing Pending Motions (Conclusion) - The motions to dismiss of Trans Union (dkt. 172) and of CSC Services (dkt. 185)are granted. The corresponding dismissals of the claims against these defendants shall be with prejudice. The motion for summary judgment of State Farm (dkt. 179) is granted. The motion for hearing filed by State Farm on 1/9/2008 (dkt. 196), is denied as unnecessary. Final judgment consistent with these rulings and with the rulings in the Entry issued on 3/15/2007, shall now issue. The costs of this action are assessed against the plaintiff. Signed by Judge David Frank Hamilton on 1/18/2008. c/m (LSC)