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16-1846 - LUELLEN v. MAROADI TRANSFER & STORAGE, INC. et al


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16-1846 - LUELLEN v. MAROADI TRANSFER & STORAGE, INC. et al
February 7, 2017
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ORDER. Defendants' Motion (Doc. 23) to set aside default is GRANTED, based on Plaintiff's failure to state legally-colorable claims of prejudice. Next, Plaintiff hereby is ORDERED to show cause why this case should not be dismissed for lack of federal subject matter jurisdiction, and his deadline for responding to this show-cause Order is 2/22/17. Plaintiff expressly is cautioned that the mandates of Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11 apply with equal force to pro se litigants. Finally, the undersigned will refrain from ruling on Plaintiff's Motion (Doc. 17) to disqualify counsel unless and until it is established that the Court properly may exercise subject matter jurisdiction. Defendants' duty to respond to the Motion to disqualify likewise is held in abeyance, pending further order of Court. See paper Order filed with this docket entry for more detailed analyses and instructions. Signed by Judge Cathy Bissoon on 2/7/17. (dcd)
May 5, 2017
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ORDER. Defendants Downey and Shamrock effectively have been dismissed, and they now are terminated as parties to this litigation. Also, Plaintiff's Motion (Doc. 17) to disqualify their counsel, and his Motion (Doc. 31) to file a surreply, are DENIED AS MOOT. Consistent with the Court's prior Orders, the remaining Defendants shall plead or otherwise respond to the Complaint by 5/25/17. See paper Order corresponding to this docket entry for more details. Signed by Judge Cathy Bissoon on 5/5/17. (dcd) Staff note: the Court has confirmed that Plaintiff remains on the ECF email-notification list for this filing.