Hayward Jackson v. Equifax Workforce Solutions et al
ORDER ACCEPTING FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF U.S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE by Judge Fernando M. Olguin for Report and Recommendation (Issued), 20 . IT THEREFORE IS ORDERED that Defendants' motion to dismiss the Second Amended Complaint without le ave to amend is GRANTED, the claims against the nonmoving Defendants are dismissed without leave to amend, and judgment be entered for all Defendants. The Court declines to exercise supplemental jurisdiction over Plaintiff's state-law claims, and they are dismissed without prejudice. (bem)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
PEOPLE READY, INC. et al.,
Case No. EDCV 17-0143-FMO (JPR)
ORDER ACCEPTING FINDINGS AND
U.S. MAGISTRATE JUDGE
The Court has reviewed the Second Amended Complaint, records
16 on file, and Report and Recommendation of U.S. Magistrate Judge.
17 See 28 U.S.C. § 636. On October 12, 2017, Plaintiff filed
18 objections to the R. & R., and on October 26 Defendants Stephanie
19 Vanegas, Waleska Stanford, and Raquel Madrigal filed a response.
20 Plaintiff for the most part simply repeats, verbatim, arguments
21 made in his opposition to Defendants’ motion to dismiss. Those
22 arguments were thoroughly addressed in the Magistrate Judge’s
23 Report and Recommendation.
Having made a de novo determination of those portions of the
25 R. & R. to which Plaintiff objected, the Court accepts the
26 findings and recommendations of the Magistrate Judge. IT
27 THEREFORE IS ORDERED that Defendants’ motion to dismiss the
28 Second Amended Complaint without leave to amend is GRANTED, the
1 claims against the nonmoving Defendants are dismissed without
2 leave to amend, and judgment be entered for all Defendants.
3 Court declines to exercise supplemental jurisdiction over
4 Plaintiff’s state-law claims, and they are dismissed without
7 DATED: November 7, 2017
FERNANDO M. OLGUIN
U.S. District Judge
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