FRCP 12(b)(6) motions are sometimes joined with 12(e) requests for more information. This order granted or denied the former – no repleading required.
This sunny day I’m celebrating my tulip poplar’s budding out with these JMOL rulings (including lots of interesting fees discussion) following a jury verdict.
Kurt Vonnegut had a more poetic term for setbacks. For these three motions to dismiss, the word “denied” will just have to do.
There are a lot of unsuccessful motions to dismiss out there, and here are five of them.
Spoiler alert: not when the Court said to wait till the stay was lifted.
Sadly, this case isn’t about the second carrier USS Wasp (CV-18), but some may be interested in these FRCP 12 and 56 rulings anyway.
The Sabine River is what keeps Texas from being part of Louisiana, so in general, more water is a good thing. But when it’s not, will Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(b)(1) prevent you from doing anything about it?
In this case, eleven motions to dismiss. (But isn’t Kenneth Branagh a handsome, handsome man?)
To celebrate our three-peat as Marshall-Harrison County Literacy Council spelling bee champs this afternoon on behalf of the Marshall Chamber of Commerce, let’s look at an order involving a plaintiff whose name I can’t spell.
A case involving suspension of a provider’s Medicare reimbursement payments generated three orders on motions to dismiss, to seal and for injunctive relief from the EDTX’ new judge in Beaumont.