Newsom v. Signature Real Estate, Inc. et al
ORDER granting 3 motion to dismiss case. The parties are to proceed to arbitration pursuant to the agreement, and the complaint against the named defendants is dismissed without prejudice. Signed on 03/29/10 by District Judge Howard F. Sachs. (Duer, Tina) Copy mailed to Michael Newsom, 1134 E 77th Terrace, Kansas City, MO 64131 on 3/30/2010 (McDowell, Shelly).
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI WESTERN DIVISION
) ) Plaintiff, ) ) v. ) ) SIGNATURE REAL ESTATE SERVICE, ) INC. d/b/a SIGNATURE PROPERTY ) MANAGEMENT, et al., ) ) Defendants. )
Case No. 09-0225-CV-W-HFS
ORDER There is a long-pending motion to dismiss this case without prejudice and to compel arbitration (Doc. 3). Defendants Rolleg and Signature Real Estate Service, Inc. have presented material showing that plaintiff was employed by Signature, that he signed an arbitration agreement relating to employment controversies, and that he is attempting to litigate claims based on his employment. Plaintiff, proceeding pro se, has filed material asserting unfairness of a bar against litigation, but has not adequately responded to the motion or suggestions. Whether he would have done better if he had counsel is a moot question. Based on the suggestions in support of the motion (Doc. 4) and the reply (Doc. 10), I hereby GRANT the motion at issue (Doc. 3), direct the parties to proceed to arbitration pursuant to the agreement, and DISMISS without prejudice the complaint against the named defendants.
/s/ Howard F. Sachs HOWARD F. SACHS UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE March 29 , 2010 Kansas City, MO
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