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15-766 - KUHNEN v. REMINGTON et al

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15-766 - KUHNEN v. REMINGTON et al
June 29, 2016
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MEMORANDUM ORDER signed by JUDGE THOMAS D. SCHROEDER on 06/29/2016; that Kuhnen's motions for entry of default against Remington (Doc. 8), Vrotsos (Doc. 10), Loebe (Doc. 12), and Gann (Doc. 14) are DENIED. To the extent that Remington, Gann, and Vrotsos' responses (Docs. 31, 33, 37) constitute motions to strike material from Kuhnen's filings, as opposed to mere responses in opposition to Kuhnen, these motions are DENIED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the motions to dismiss filed by Remington (Doc. 32), Gann (Doc. 30), and Vrotsos (Doc. 36) are DENIED to the extent that they seek to strike information from Kuhnen's filings and GRANTED to the extent that they seek dismissal of Kuhnen's claims against these defendants. All claims against these defendants are hereby DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE to Kuhnen's refiling these claims in a court of competent jurisdiction. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that Kuhnen shall have twenty-one days to show cause why his claims against defendant Loebe should not be dismissed for lack of personal jurisdiction. If Kuhnen fails to adequately respond within twenty-one days of entry of this memorandum order, his claims against Loebe shall be dismissed without prejudice without any further notice from the court. (Garland, Leah)