Fitzgerald et al v. United States Postal Service et al
ORDER and REASONS granting 5 Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Subject-Matter Jurisdiction without prejudice, as stated within document. Signed by Chief Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt on 11/29/2017. (cbs)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF LOUISIANA
GINA FITZGERALD, ET AL.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ET AL.
SECTION “N” (4)
ORDER AND REASONS
Local Rule 7.5 of the Eastern District of Louisiana requires that a memorandum in
opposition to a motion be filed and that a copy be provided to the hearing judge eight days prior
to the date set for the motion to submitted. No memorandum in opposition to the following motion
filed by the defendants, the United States of America and the United States Postal Service, set for
submission on Wednesday, October 11, 2017, has been filed to date:
“Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Subject-Matter Jurisdiction” (Rec. Doc. 5).
Accordingly, given that the plaintiffs, Gina Fitzgerald and Jeremy Fitzgerald, have failed
to oppose the instant motion, and otherwise finding the motion to have merit, IT IS ORDERED
that the motion is hereby GRANTED, and Gina Fitzgerald and Jeremy Fitzgerald’s claims against
the United States of America and the United States Postal Service are DISMISSED WITHOUT
PREJUDICE for lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
A motion for reconsideration of this Order, if any, must be filed within fourteen (14) days
of the date this Order is entered by the Clerk of Court. The motion must be accompanied by
opposition memorandum to the original motion. Because a motion for reconsideration would not
have been necessary had a timely opposition memorandum been filed, the costs incurred in
connection with the motion, including attorneys' fees, will be assessed against the party moving
for reconsideration. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 16, 83. A statement of costs conforming to Local Rule
54.3 shall be submitted by all parties desiring to be awarded costs and attorneys' fees no later than
eight days prior to the hearing of the motion for reconsideration.
New Orleans, Louisiana, this 29th day of November 2017.
KURT D. ENGELHARDT
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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