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04-372 - Pilgrim Motorsport Sales&Service et al v. Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles et al


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04-372 - Pilgrim Motorsport Sales&Service et al v. Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles et al
October 17, 2005
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Opinion and Order mooting plaintiff's Motion to strike plaintiff's opposition(Related Doc # 34), denying plaintiff's Motion for order to certify question (Related Doc # 47), granting defendant's Motion for judgment on the pleadings (Related Doc # 26), granting defendant's Motion for judgment on the pleadings (Related Doc # 28). Signed by Judge Christopher A. Boyko on 10/14/05.(M, M)
September 5, 2006
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Opinion and Order granting in part and denying in part defendants' Motions for judgment on the pleadings (related documents # 57, 58); the Court dismisses all Plaintiffs' claims against the State of Ohio and Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles; the Court grants judgment on the pleadings on any claims for liability of individually named defendants in their individual capacity; the Court denies defendants' motion(s) on the remaining claims; the Court finds the Ohio State Attorney General shall continue to participate in the action for purposes of defending the constitutional challenge to an Ohio state statute. Signed by Judge Christopher A. Boyko on 09/05/06.(M, M) Modified on 9/6/2006 (B, T). Modified on 12/5/2006 (R, Li).
December 4, 2006
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Opinion and Order. The Court denies remaining Defendant City of Findlay's Motion on Count Six for discriminary enforcement of the statute and grants remaining state defendant David Spurgeon's Motion on Count Six (related documents 57, 58). Signed by Judge Christopher A. Boyko on 12/01/06. (M, M) Modified text on 12/12/2006 (R, Li).
March 31, 2008
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Opinion and Order . The Court grants Defendant City of Findlay's Motion for Summary Judgment. Because there is no remaining Defendant, the Court finds Defendant State of Ohio's Summary Judgment Motion is moot, (Related Doc # 95); (Related Doc # 96). Signed by Judge Christopher A. Boyko on 03/31/08.(M,M)