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05-131 - Perez v. Potter

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05-131 - Perez v. Potter
August 4, 2006
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ORDER denying 4 Motion for Entry of Default and Default Judgment.( Signed by Judge Micaela Alvarez ) Parties notified.(gsalinas, )
July 3, 2007
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OPINION & ORDER Defendant's 22 MOTION to Dismiss is GRANTED with respect to the United States Postal Service, since UPS is not a proper party to this suit. With respect to Plaintiff's claims against Defendant Potter, Defendants' Motion to Dismiss for failure to state a claim is DENIED. Rather, Plaintiff is ORDERED to file with the Court within 30 days an amended complaint that either omits for remedial action not ordered by the EEOC, or states a claim unlawful discrimination. Should Plaintiff fail to timely comply the Court will dismiss his suit with prejudice pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6).( Signed by Judge Micaela Alvarez ) Parties notified.(gsalinas, )
July 16, 2007
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ORDER Denying 23 MOTION for Partial Summary Judgment. Pltf's Motion which amounts to little more than a passing and perfunctory request for summary judgment warrants summary rejection: it is DENIED.(Signed by Judge Micaela Alvarez) Parties notified.(mmarquez)
May 30, 2008
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OPINION AND ORDER granting Defendant's 41 Motion for Summary Judgment. Perez's objections to evidence submitted in support of Potter's motion are OVERRULED.(Signed by Judge Micaela Alvarez) Parties notified. (dmorales)