Madu, Edozie & Madu, P.C. et al v. Socketworks Limited Nigeria et al

Filing 34

OPINION AND ORDER: #98482 For the foregoing reasons, Nwachukwu's motion to dismiss all causes of action, numbered one through twenty, is GRANTED and Nwachukwu's request to dismiss plaintiff John Edozie for lack of standing is GRANTED. Plain tiffs have thirty (30) days leave to replead and file an amended complaint consistent with this Opinion and Order. Plaintiffs' motion for court-ordered service on defendants SLN, Rwabwogo, Adabla, and Chife via service on Steptoe & Johnson is DE NIED. The Court grants plaintiffs sixty (60) days from the date of this Opinion and Order to re-serve the summons and complaint on SLN, Rwabwogo, Adabla, and Chife consistent with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and this Opinion and Order and to file proof of service with this Court. Failure to serve and file proof of service within 60 days will result in dismissal without prejudice of this action as against these four defendants. (Signed by Judge Peter K. Leisure on 1/26/2010) Copies Mailed By Chambers.(jfe) Modified on 1/28/2010 (ajc).

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