Hollins v. J.M. Hollister
ORDER regarding motions. IT IS ORDERED: The motion for summary judgment filed by the defendant (filing 28 ) is denied; The motions to strike filed by both parties (filings 37 & 42 ) are denied as moot, as the court did not consider the disputed evidence in reaching its decision. Ordered by Judge Richard G. Kopf. (LKL) Modified on 12/3/2008 to correct text (LKL).
THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEBRASKA JONATHAN N. HOLLINS, Plaintiff, vs. J.M. HOLLISTER, LLC, Defendant. ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) 4:08CV3013
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER
This is an employment discrimination case in which Plaintiff alleges that he was terminated from his employment with Defendant on the basis of his race. Defendant has filed a motion for summary judgment (filing 28). After careful consideration of the briefs of the parties and the evidentiary materials1 submitted in support of the parties' positions, the court has concluded that factual disputes remain as to whether Defendant's proffered reason for terminating Plaintiff's employment was actually pretext for race discrimination. As a consequence, the motion for summary judgment shall be denied. Accordingly, IT IS ORDERED: 1. The motion for summary judgment filed by the defendant (filing 28) is denied; The motions to strike filed by both parties (filings 37 & 42) are denied
The court was able to reach its decision without considering the affidavits, declarations, photographs, and purported consent decree that were the subject of the parties' motions to strike. (Filings 37 & 42.)
as moot, as the court did not consider the disputed evidence in reaching its decision. December 2, 2008. BY THE COURT: s/ Richard G. Kopf United States District Judge
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