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05-1625 - Lindsay et al v. Yates et al


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05-1625 - Lindsay et al v. Yates et al
October 28, 2005
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Order denying Motion for entry of default against Sluss Realty Company and Carol Eicher. (Related Doc # 13)(C,Ca)
October 17, 2006
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Memorandum and Order granting the motion to dismiss pursuant to Federal Rule 12(b)(6). The Lindsays' state law claims are dismissed without prejudice. This order is final and appealable (Related Doc # 69). Signed by Judge Ann Aldrich on 10/17/06.(K, V)
May 5, 2008
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Memorandum and Order that the court grants the Yates Defendants motion for summary judgment and dismisses all federal claims with prejudice. (Doc. No. 141.) Further, because the federal housing-discrimination evidentiary framework applies to the Lindsays Ohio law housing-discrimination claim, it too is dismissed with prejudice. In addition, because the court has found no liability on the federal claims, Sluss and Eichers cross-claim for contribution and indemnity is dismissed without prejudice. Further, the court declines to exercise supplemental jurisdiction over the Lindsays state-law contract claims and Sluss and Eichers state-law contract cross-claim. Therefore, these state-law contract claims are dismissed without prejudice. Accordingly, the Estate of Gene Yates motion for summary judgment (Doc. No. 142) and Eicher and Sluss motion for summary judgment (Doc. No. 145) are denied as moot. This order is final and appealable. Signed by Judge Ann Aldrich on 5-5-08. (K,V)
May 5, 2008
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Judgment that the Yates defendants motion for summary judgment is granted and all federal claims are dismissed with prejudice. Further, because the federal housing-discrimination evidentiary framework applies to the Lindsays Ohio law housing-discrimination claim, it too is dismissed with prejudice. In addition, because the court has found no liability on the federal claims, Sluss and Eichers cross-claim for contribution and indemnity is dismissed without prejudice. Further, the court declines to exercise supplemental jurisdiction over the Lindsays state-law contract claims and Sluss and Eichers state-law contract cross-claim. Therefore, these state-law contract claims are dismissed without prejudice. Accordingly, the Estate of Gene Yates motion for summary judgment and Eicher and Sluss motion for summary judgment are denied as moot. This order is final and appealable. Signed by Judge Ann Aldrich on 5-5-08. (K,V) Modified on 5/7/2008 (H,SP). Modified on 5/7/2008 (H,SP).