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17-3507 - PERKINS v JORDAN ET AL


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17-3507 - PERKINS v JORDAN ET AL
June 6, 2018
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ORDER GRANTING MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT AND ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE - This matter is before the Court on Defendant Dan Gordon's 31 motion for summary judgment. For the reasons set forth in this Order, the motion must be granted, and all claims against Mr. Gordon must be dismissed. Defendant Dan Gordon's motion for summary judgment, dkt. 31, is granted. All claims against Mr. Gordon are dismissed with prejudice, and the clerk is directed to update the docket to reflect that he is no longer a defendant in this action. Mr. Perkins shall have through July 2, 2018, to show cause why the Court should not remand this action to the Miami Circuit Court on grounds that this Court lacks subject matter jurisdiction over Mr. Perkins's claims against Defendant David Jordan. In doing so, Mr. Perkins shall identify the state of his citizenship for purposes of establishing diversity jurisdiction. Mr. Jordan shall have through June 18, 2018, to file a declaration with the Court identifying the state of his citizenship for purposes of establishing diversity jurisdiction. (See Order). Signed by Judge Jane Magnus-Stinson on 6/6/2018. (APD)