FOWLER v. CVS HEALTH CVS/PHARMACY
ORDER THAT DEFT'S MOTION TO DISMISS AS TO COUNTS I-V IS GRANTED & THESE CLAIMS ARE DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. DEFT'S MOTION TO DISMISS AS TO COUNT VI IS DENIED AS TO ONE THEORY OF LIABILITY DESCRIBED IN THE ATTENDING MEMORANDUM OF LAW, BUT G RANTED AS TO ALL OTHER THEORIES OF LIABILITY & SUCH THEORIES ARE DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE. THUS, THE ONLY REMAINING CLAIM IS COUNT VI ON A NARROW THEORY OF LIABILITY DESCRIBED IN THE ATTENDING MEMORANDUM OF LAW. SIGNED BY HONORABLE C. DARNELL JONES, II ON 6/23/15. 6/24/15 ENTERED AND COPIES E-MAILED.(kw, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
CVS HEALTH CVS/PHARMACY,
AND NOW, this 23rd day of June, 2015, upon consideration of Plaintiff’s Complaint,
(Dkt No. 1), Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss, (Dkt No. 2), and Plaintiff’s Response, (Dkt No. 5),
it is hereby ORDERED that:
1. Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss, (Dkt No. 2), as to Counts I-V is GRANTED and
these claims are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE;
2. Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss, (Dkt No. 2), as to Count VI is DENIED as to one
theory of liability described in the attending Memorandum of Law, but GRANTED as
to all other theories of liability and such theories are DISMISSED WITH
Thus, the only remaining claim is Count VI on a narrow theory of liability described in
the attending Memorandum of Law.
BY THE COURT:
/s/ C. Darnell Jones, II
C. Darnell Jones, II
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