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LIBERI v TAITZ (C.D. CA) - 297.0 - - 297.0

LIBERI v TAITZ (C.D. CA) - 297.0 - - 297.0

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07/19/2011 297 PROPOSED ORDER ON MOTION TO STRIKE PURUSANT TO FRCP 12(f) re MOTION to Strike Portions of Plaintiffs' First Amended Complaint Amended Complaint,,,, 231[RECAP] MOTION to Strike Portions of Plaintiffs' First Amended Complaint Amended Complaint,,,, 231[RECAP] MOTION to Strike Portions of Plaintiffs' First Amended Complaint Amended Complaint,,,, 231[RECAP] 295 filed by Defendant Yosef Taitz. (Cook, Peter) (Entered: 07/19/2011)
07/19/2011 297 PROPOSED ORDER ON MOTION TO STRIKE PURUSANT TO FRCP 12(f) re MOTION to Strike Portions of Plaintiffs' First Amended Complaint Amended Complaint,,,, 231[RECAP] MOTION to Strike Portions of Plaintiffs' First Amended Complaint Amended Complaint,,,, 231[RECAP] MOTION to Strike Portions of Plaintiffs' First Amended Complaint Amended Complaint,,,, 231[RECAP] 295 filed by Defendant Yosef Taitz. (Cook, Peter) (Entered: 07/19/2011)

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[PROPOSED] ORDER RE: MOTION TO STRIKE PURSUANT TO FRCP 12(f)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTCENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, SOUTHERN DIVISION
LISA LIBERI; LISA M. OSTELLA; GOEXCEL GLOBAL; PHILIP J. BERG,ESQUIRE; and THE LAW OFFICES OFPHILIP J. BERG,Plaintiffs,vs.ORLY TAITZ, a/k/a DR. ORLY TAITZ;LAW OFFICES OF ORLY TAITZ;ORLY TAITZ, INC.; DEFEND OURFREEDOMS FOUNDATIONS, INC.;NEIL SANKEY; SANKEYINVESTIGATIONS, INC; TODDSANKEY; THE SANKEY FIRM, INC.;REED ELSEVIER, INC.; LEXISNEXISGROUP, INC., a Division of ReedElsevier, Inc.; LEXISNEXIS RISK ANDINFORMATION ANALYTICSGROUP, INC.; LEXISNEXIS SEISINT,INC. d/b/a ACCURINT, a Division of Reed Elsevier, Inc.; LEXISNEXISCHOICEPOINT, INC., a Division of Reed Elsevier, Inc.; LEXISNEXIS RISKSOLUTIONS, INC., a Division of ReedElsevier, Inc.; INTELIUS, INC.;ORACLE CORPORATION;DAYLIGHT CHEMICALINFORMATION SYSTEMS, INC.;YOSEF TAITZ, individually, and asOwner / CEO of DAYLIGHTCHEMICAL INFORMATIONSYSTEMS, INC.; and DOES 1 through186, inclusive,Defendants.
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Case No. 8:11-CV-00485-AG (AJW)Hon. Andrew GuilfordCourtroom 10D
[PROPOSED] ORDER GRANTINGDEFENDANT, YOSEF TAITZ’SMOTION TO DISMISS PURSUANTTO FRCP, RULE 12(f)
Date Action Filed:May 4, 2009Discovery Cut-Off:March 5, 2012Final Pre-Trial Conf.:May 21, 2012Trial Date:June 5, 2012Hearing Date:August 22, 2010Hearing Time:10:00 AMCourtroom:10DLocation:Santa Ana Courthouse411 W. Fourth St.Santa Ana, CA 92701
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[PROPOSED] ORDER RE: MOTION TO STRIKE PURSUANT TO FRCP 12(f)
On August 22, 2011, at 10:00 a.m., YOSEF TAITZ’s Motion to StrikePursuant to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 12(f), as to Plaintiffs, LISALIBERI, PHILIP J. BERG, ESQUIRE, THE LAW OFFICES OF PHILIP J. BERG,LISA M. OSTELLA, and GO GLOBAL EXCEL’s First Amended Complaint, cameregularly before the Honorable Andrew Guilford of the United States District Courtfor the Central District of California, Southern Divison, in Courtroom 10D, at theSanta Ana Courthouse located at 411 West Fourth Street, Santa Ana, CA 92701.Appearing on behalf of DEFENDANT and moving party was Orly Taitz, Esq., andPeter Cook of Schumann, Rallo & Rosenberg, LLP; on behalf of PLAINTIFF, wasPhilip J. Berg, Esq. After hearing oral argument from the involved parties, theCourt ruled as follows:[ ] 1.All references to Defendant YOSEF TAITZ’s personal residentialaddress in the FAC, as found in paragraphs 9, 10 and 27 of Plaintiff’s Complaint,are hereby stricken.[ ] 2.The entirety of paragraph 260 in Plaintiffs’ FAC, which states,“Unlessrestrained and enjoined pursuant to Cal. Civ. Code §1798.84(e), Defendants willcontinue to commit such acts,” is hereby stricken.[ ] 3.The entirety of paragraph 261 in Plaintiffs’ FAC, which states, “As adirect result, Defendants, each of them are liable, separately to Plaintiffs Liberi andOstella, separately, A civil penalty pursuant to Cal. Civ. Code §1798.84. Cal. Civ.Code § 1798.84, states in pertinent part: “(b) states a party injured by a violation of this title may institute a civil action to recover damages ...(c) dictates a civil penaltyover and above actual damages and punitive damages for a willful, intentional, orreckless violation...may recover a civil penalty not to exceed three thousand dollars($3,000) per violation...(e) Any business that violates, proposes to violate, or hasviolated this title may be enjoined...(f) A prevailing plaintiff in any actioncommenced shall also be entitled to recover his or her reasonable attorney’s feesand costs...(g) The rights and remedies available under this section are cumulative
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to each other and to any other rights and remedies available under law,” is herebystricken.[ ] 4.The entirety of paragraph 262 in Plaintiffs’ FAC, which states, “Thus,Defendants are indebted to Plaintiffs Liberi and Ostella for civil penalties up toThree Billion Dollars [$3,000,000,000.00], which is cumulative to each and otherpenalty and any other rights and remedies available under the law,” is herebystricken.[ ] 5.A portion of paragraph 263 in PlaintiffsFAC, which states “...therefore Plaintiffs Liberi and Ostella are entitled to the civil penalties set forth atCal. Civ. Code §1798.84, including exemplary damages, and all other appropriaterelief as further set forth in the Prayer for Relief herein,” is hereby stricken.[ ] 6.The entirety of PlaintiffsPrayer for Relief No. 4 in the FAC, locatedon pages 165 to 166, which states, “4. CIVIL PENALTIES – CUMULATIVE withall other AWARDS: r. For the Sixth Count, enter judgment, collectively, jointly andseparately, against Defendants Orly Taitz as an Attorney and an Officer of the Courtand as President for Orly Taitz, Inc. and DOFF; Law Offices of Orly Taitz; OrlyTaitz, Inc.; DOFF; Neil Sankey, Todd Sankey and the Sankey Firm for CivilPenalties pursuant to Cal. Civ. P. §1798.84 in the amount of Three Billion[$3,000,000,000.00] Dollars payable to Plaintiffs Lisa Liberi and Lisa Ostellaseparately; s. For the Seventeenth Count, enter judgment, collectively, jointly andseparately against each Reed Defendant and Defendant Intelius, Inc. for CivilPenalties pursuant to Cal. Civ. P. §1798.84 in the amount of Three Billion[$3,000,000,000.00] Dollars payable to Plaintiffs Lisa Liberi and Lisa Ostellaseparately,” is hereby stricken.[ ] 7.The portion of Prayer for Relief No. 9 of the FAC, located on page170, which makes reference to “Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.50(2),” is hereby stricken.[ ] 8.The portion of Prayer for Relief No. 9 of the FAC, located on page170, which makes reference to “Cal. Civ. Code §1798.83(g),” is hereby stricken.
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