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Defendant also denies the allegations in Paragraph 13 of the Complaint that she caused damages and denies that she is liable for any of Plaintiff’s alleged 3 Case 1:14-cv-02620-JLK Document 26 Filed 12/10/14 USDC Colorado Page 4 of 28 damages, and therefore, demands strict proof thereof.
Smith Answer 98%
Defendant denies that “immediate and irreparable injury, damage or loss will result,” as alleged if,” visitors are permitted to carry firearms on the Zoo property.” The remainder of Paragraph 1 of Plaintiff’s Petition is multiplicious and conclusory and cannot be either admitted or denied and Defendant is without sufficient information to either admit or deny any remaining allegations and, therefore, all remaining allegations in Paragraph 1 are, therefore, denied.
[NCAA Division I Manual Bylaws 126.96.36.199 (2014-15 and 2015-16), 188.8.131.52(a) (2014-15) and 184.108.40.206-(c) (2014-15 and 2015-16)] 2 It is alleged that between August 2014 and August 2015, a representative of the institution's athletics interests, provided football student-athletes ( ) and ( ) with impermissible extra benefits in the form of complimentary vehicle use.
In some cases, the person alleged to have made the false report had undoubtedly been the victim of some kind of offence, even if not the one which he or she had reported.
Date 11/21/2016 Customer Dispute Pending Allegations Claimant alleged, inter alia, unsuitability with respect to investments in managed accounts - 2015 to 2016.
But where the well-pleaded facts do not permit the court to infer more than the mere possibility of misconduct, the complaint has alleged—but it has not ‘show[n]’—‘that the pleader is entitled to relief.’” Iqbal, 556 U.S.
The Court must 7 accept all well-pleaded factual allegations as true, and must construe the facts alleged 8 in the complaint in the light most favorable to the plaintiff.
Kitchen v. Burge 95%
Because I presume familiarity with my April 19, 2011, opinion, which set forth the allegations of the original complaint in significant detail, I now focus, in the context of analyzing the parties' competing arguments, on the factual material alleged for the first time in the FAC.
Slep-Tone filed suits 16 against a large number of defendants without differentiating between the KJs who allegedly 17 copied Slep-Tone’s CDs and the innocent property owners (including the Caesars Defendants) 18 who had no knowledge of the alleged infringement, no ability to control the music (or the source 19 of the music) used by independent contractor KJs, and who have otherwise done nothing to 20 deserve the burden and bear the cost of defending against a no-warning lawsuit.
Columbia Opinion 94%
The complaint alleged that Defendant violated Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and state law by practicing sex bias in disciplining him for an alleged sexual assault.
(ii) This report relates to an investigation into complaints of alleged improper and unethical conduct by the president and other state functionaries relating to alleged improper relationships and involvement of the Gupta family in the removal and appointment of ministers and directors of State Owned Entities (SOEs) resulting in improper and possibly corrupt award of state contracts and benefits to the Gupta family’s businesses.
In this case, Plaintiff has not properly alleged that the PT’S 27 Defendants have used its SOUND CHOICE mark in commerce.
Defendant also points out that Florida law does not recognize a claim for negligence per se based on an alleged violation of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (“FDCA”), or the FDA’s implementing regulations.
Plaintiff has not and cannot allege that PT’S Defendants have any involvement 6 in or control of the KJs alleged unauthorized copying of Plaintiff’s compact disks or that the 7 PT’S Defendants knew or had any reason to know that any copying was taking place.
“ The Consumer has alleged that the Symptoms are occurring in the Vehicle, as well as alleging that the Vehicle has not been repaired to her satisfaction;
The Court must 26 accept all well-pleaded factual allegations as true, and must construe the facts alleged 27 28 2 The Hot Shots Defendant’s contention that they used Plaintiff’s authentic marks on Plaintiff’s tracks rather than counterfeit copies of Plaintiff’s tracks as alleged in the Complaint may not be considered in ruling on this motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim.
18 Although Slep-Tone has alleged that its, “right to relief...arises out of the same series of 19 transactions and occurrences” (see, Complaint, ¶ 235) and that its, “action raises substantial 20 questions of law and fact common to all of the defendants...” (see, Complaint, ¶ 236), Slep- 21 Tone’s allegations in this respect do not have to be assumed true for purposes of a motion to 22 sever.
8 Alternatively, the Treasure Island Defendants seek dismissal of the Complaint pursuant to Rules 9 20 and 21, because there is no common transaction, occurrence or series of transactions or 10 occurrences underlying the named defendants’ alleged conduct in this matter.