Hamilton v. Shepard et al

United States District Court Southern District of Florida
Case #: 9:20-cv-81137
Circuit: 11th
Cause: 28:1332 Diversity

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Plaintiffs:

Hamilton, Linda

Defendants:

Armstrong, J.C.

Citibank,

Shepard, Natasha

2021-07-20: ORDER APPROVING REPORT OF MAGISTRATE JUDGE. Amended Complaint due by 8/2/2021., Miscellaneous Deadline 9/3/2021. Signed by Judge William P. Dimitrouleas on 7/19/2021. See attached document for full details. (lbc)

2021-06-30: MAGISTRATE JUDGE'S OMNIBUS REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION ON PLAINTIFF'S REQUEST FOR DAMAGES AGAINST DEFENDANTS NATASHA SHEPARD AND CITIBANK, AS WELL AS ALL OTHER MATTERS SPECIFIED IN THE COURTS ORDERS [DE 45; DE 47]; DEFENDANTS' MOTION TO DISMISS [DE 50]; DEFENDANTS' MOTION TO VACATE ENTRY OF DEFAULT JUDGMENT [DE 51]; PLAINTIFF'S MOTION TO CHANGE VENUE [DE 52]; AND PLAINTIFF'S MOTION TO OBJECT ORDER TO VACATE AND ORDER TO GRANT SUMMARY JUDGEMENT [DE 57]: Recommending as follows: 1. Defendants' Motion to Dismiss [DE 50] should be GRANTED for insufficient service of process and failure to state a cause of action; 2. Plaintiff's Complaint [DE 1] should be DISMISSED without prejudice and Plaintiff granted lels. (kza)ave to file an amended complaint and properly serve any Defendant in a timely manner; 3. Defendants' Motion to Vacate Entry of Default Judgment [DE 51] should be GRANTED; 4. The Amended Final Default Judgment [DE 45] should be VACATED and SET ASIDE; 5. The entry of the Clerk's default [DE 36] should be VACATED and SET ASIDE; 6. To the extent Plaintiff's Motion to Object Order to Vacate and order to grant Summary Judgement [DE 57] seeks relief, it should be DENIED without prejudice. Plaintiff can renew any argument raised, if necessary, after filing a valid complaint and performing proper service over any Defendant; and 7. Plaintiff's Motion to Change Venue [DE 52] should be DENIED as moot. Plaintiff can renew any argument raised, if necessary, after filing a valid complaint and performing proper service over any Defendant. Objections to R&R due by 7/14/2021. Signed by Magistrate Judge William Matthewman on 6/30/2021. See attached document for full detai