Stebbins v. Mid States Promotions et al

Filing 21

ORDER granting 20 Motion and directing clerk to file the motion as a supplement to the complaint. Further, DIRECTING SERVICE on Jason Jones d/b/a Mid States Promotions and granting 21 days to answer. Signed by Honorable James R. Marschewski on September 23, 2010. (cc: U.S. Marshals Service-Certified)(lw)

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Stebbins v. Mid States Promotions et al Doc. 21 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WE S T E R N DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS H A R R IS O N DIVISION D A V ID STEBBINS v. MID STATES PROMOTIONS; and JASON JONES ORDER C iv il No. 10-3041 PLAINTIFF D E FE N D A N T S Plaintiff has filed a motion to dismiss certain claims (Doc. 20). In the motion, plaintiff is actually seeking to amend his prayer for relief. Specifically, he indicates he is no longer claiming $306,000,000 in lost reputation/profits damages. The motion (Doc. 20) is granted. The clerk is directed to file the motion as a supplement to the complaint. The court, having heretofore entered an order allowing the plaintiff to proceed in forma pauperis and directing the clerk to file the complaint, hereby directs the United States Marshal to serve the defendants Jason Jones d/b/a Mid States Promotions. Plaintiff has indicated Mr. Jones' address is: 2843 Big Oak Road, Harrison, AR 72601. Defendants are to be served without prepayment of fees and costs or security therefor. The defendants are ordered to answer within twenty-one (21) days from the date of service. In responding to the complaint, Jason Jones is directed to indicate whether Mid States P r o m o tio n s is a corporation or other type of business entity or whether he simply does b u sin ess under that name. IT IS SO ORDERED this 23rd day of September 2010. /s / J. Marschewski -1- HON. JAMES R. MARSCHEWSKI CHIEF UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE AO72A (Rev. 8/82)

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