Brickley v. Scantech Identifications Beam Systems, LLC
MEMORANDUM OPINION. Signed by Judge Royce C. Lamberth. (ad)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TE:xAS
CHRIS QUINN, Trustee for the
CryptoMetrics, Inc. Creditors' Trust,
Case No: 5:13-cv-834-RCL
SCANTECH IDENTIFICATION BEAMS )
SYSTEMS, LLC, et al.,
On March 2, 2017, this Court granted in part and denied in part several of the defendants'
motions to dismiss [ECF Nos. 31, 32]. Shortly thereafter, defendants Michael Stolzar and Karlen
& Stolzar moved for judgment on the pleadings [ECF No. 36], and plaintiff Chris Quinn, the
trustee for debtor company CryptoMetrics, 1 moved for leave to amend the complaint and file a
second amended complaint [ECF No. 44]. For the reasons stated below, the Court will deny the
trustee's motion for leave to amend, and will grant the Stolzar defendants' motion for judgment
on the pleadings.
The full factual background of this case is set forth in this Court's prior opinion. In sum,
the trustee alleges that CryptoMetrics was forced into bankruptcy as the result of the misdeeds of
its senior executives--
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