Pilant v. Ditech Financial LLC et al

Filing 28

ORDER: Plaintiff's Motion to Dismiss 22 is granted and this action is dismissed with prejudice. Defendant's Motion to Compel and for Monetary Sanctions 20 is denied. Signed on 10/3/2017 by Magistrate Judge Thomas M. Coffin. (plb)

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... UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF OREGON EUGENE DIVISION 6: 16-CV-00555-TC RANDY PILANT Plaintiff, ORDER V. DITECH FINANCIAL LLC, and Does 1-50, Defendants. COFFIN, Magistrate Judge: Defendant filed a motion (#20) to compel and for monetary sanctions. Pro se plaintiff responded with a motion to voluntarily dismiss the action with prejudice. The latter motion is allowed. The motion to compel is denied as moot and the motion for monetary sanctions is denied as an award of monetary sanctions in the circumstances of this case would be unjust, especially in light of the voluntary dismissal with prejudice .. Page 1 - ORDER .. Conclusion Plaintiffs motion (#22) to voluntarily dismiss is allowed and this action is dismissed with prejudice. Defendant's motion (#20) to compel and for monetary sanctions is denied. DATED this United States Page 2 - ORDER S day of October, 2017 .

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