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03-6387 - Azikiwe et al v. Nigeria Airways Limited et al


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03-6387 - Azikiwe et al v. Nigeria Airways Limited et al
August 24, 2005
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REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION. The Court finds that service was properly effected as to NAL, the Court concludes that: (1) the methods used to serve Mr. Okunuga were not in compliance with Nigerian law; (2) NEAL does not appear to have been served; and (3) the methods used to serve the FRN, the Minister of Aviation and the BPE were not in compliance with FSIA. Accordingly, the Court respectfully recommends that the claims against Mr. Okunuga, NEAL, the FRN, the Minister of Justice and the BPE be dismissed. Plaintiffs should, however, be permitted to proceed against NAL. Objections to R&R due by 9/7/2005. Ordered by Judge Cheryl L. Pollak on 8/24/05. (Pollak, Cheryl)
September 12, 2005
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ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS for 50 Report and Recommendations with one modification. Although the Court agrees that service was not properly effected on Mr.A.A. Okunuga, Nigerian Eagle Airlines Limited, the Federal Republic of Nigeria, the Minister of Aviation and the Bureau of Public Enterprises, the Court declines to dismiss the claims on those defendants. Pltffs are given 60 days from the date of this order to properly effect service. Ordered by Judge Frederic Block, on 9/9/2005. Copies mailed by Chambers. (Barrett, C.)
June 26, 2006
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MEMORANDUM & ORDER denying Plaintiffs' 66 and 67 Motions for Default Judgment. Ordered by JudgeFrederic Block on 6/21/2006. (Lee, Tiffeny)
July 31, 2006
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MEMORANDUM and ORDER denying the 75 Motion to Strike. Ordered by JudgeFrederic Block on 7/27/2006. Copies mailed by Chambers. (Barrett, C.)
March 17, 2008
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ORDER: The parties' joint 96 Motion to Certify Class and preliminarily approve the settlement is denied without prejudice. So that each member of the plaintiff class may be identified, defendant is ordered to conduct due diligence in order to procure the name and address of every passenger aboard Nigeria Airways Flight WT.851 from New York City (JFK) to Lagos, Nigeria on 11/30/2002. Withing 30 days of the date of this order, defendant shall furnish a list containing these names and addresses to plaintiffs and the Court; if defendant is unable to identify the name and address of every passenger, it shall immediately inform plaintiffs and the Court as to why it cannot do so. Ordered by Senior Judge Frederic Block on 3/13/2008. (Lee, Tiffeny)