Filing 30

MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER. Plaintiff's 20 Motion for Leave to File an Amended Complaint is GRANTED IN PART and DENIED IN PART. Plaintiff may file a First Amended Complaint that includes only the allegations relating to Count III, hostile wo rk environment in violation of Title VII, Count IV, violation of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Count V, retaliation in violation of the Rehabilitation Act. Any allegations regarding plaintiffs proposed Bivens claim shall not be included. Plai ntiff shall have until July 5, 2017 to file a revised First Amended Complaint that comports with this Order. Defendant shall answer or otherwise respond to the First Amended Complaint by July 26, 2017. SO ORDERED. Signed by Judge Amy Berman Jackson on 6/16/2017. (lcabj2)

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In His Official Capacity as Secretary of the Department of Defense et. seq see Bivens Id. see Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents of the Fed. Bureau of Narcotics Bivens create ¶ Bivens Bivens Bivens Bivens Bivens Bivens Bivens See, e.g. Bame v. Clark Bivens Lederman v. United States Payne v. Gov’t of D.C. id. Bivens Wormley v. United States see See Crane v. N.Y. Zoological Soc. First Chicago Int’l v. United Exch’g Co. Int’l Shoe Co. v. State of Wash. Milliken v. Meyer Quality Air Servs., LLC v. Jackson v. Loews Wash. Milwaukee Valve Co. Cinemas, Inc. Id. see Firestone v. Firestone Atchinson v. District of Columbia Foman v. Davis Rumber v. District of Columbia James Madison Ltd. v. Ludwig Bowden v. United States Brown v. Marsh Ortiz v. Jordan Harlow v. Fitzgerald Farmer v. Moritsugu Id. Harlow Pearson v. Callahan id. Id. Anderson v. Creighton Hunter v. Bryant Bame v. Dillard Saucier v. Katz Ashcroft v. al-Kidd Pearson See Saucier truthful Franks v. Delaware Franks District of Columbia Lane v. Hunter id. Anderson Bivens Malley v. Briggs arguendo and Bivens

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