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17-4383 - AKINLEMIBOLA v. AMERICAN AIRLINES, INC.


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17-4383 - AKINLEMIBOLA v. AMERICAN AIRLINES, INC.
April 27, 2018
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ENTRY ON MOTION TO DISMISS - This cause is before the Court on the Defendant's motion to dismiss Dkt. No. 10. The Plaintiff has not responded to the motion, and the time for doing so has expired. The Court, being duly advised, GRANTS the motion for the reasons set forth below. However, because it is not clear that there is no claim that the Plaintiff could bring based on the facts alleged in her Complaint, the Plaintiff's claims are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE and no final judgment will enter at this time in order to give the Plaintiff an opportunity to file an amended complaint. If the Plaintiff if believes there is a claim that she can assert against the Defendant in good faith, she shall file a motion for leave to file an amended complaint within 28 days of the date of this Entry. Also pending is the Plaintiff's Motion to Receive Electronic Distribution Dkt. No. 12. That motion is GRANTED. The Court orders that (1) the Plaintiff shall continue to properly file paper copies of her documents with the Court; (2) documents that the Plaintiff properly files with the Court will be deemed served on the Defendant via CM/ECF; and (3) the Defendant must serve the Plaintiff via the email address that the Plaintiff has provided the Court: [email protected] The Defendant may additionally serve the Plaintiff by mail if it chooses. The Court also will serve the Plaintiff via the email address she has provided; this Entry will be the final entry that the Court mails to the Plaintiff. (Copy sent to Plaintiff via U.S. Mail). Signed by Judge William T. Lawrence on 4/27/2018. (JDC)