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LIBERI v TAITZ (C.D. CA) - 311.0 - OPPOSITION to MOTION to Dismiss Case Pursuant to FRCP 12(b)(6) - gov.uscourts.cacd.497989.311.0

LIBERI v TAITZ (C.D. CA) - 311.0 - OPPOSITION to MOTION to Dismiss Case Pursuant to FRCP 12(b)(6) - gov.uscourts.cacd.497989.311.0

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07/25/2011 311[RECAP] OPPOSITION to MOTION to Dismiss Case Pursuant to FRCP 12(b)(6) MOTION to Dismiss Case Pursuant to FRCP 12(b)(6) MOTION to Dismiss Case Pursuant to FRCP 12(b)(6) 280 Table of Contents; Memorandum of Points an Authorities; Proposed Order; and Certificate of Service filed by Plaintiffs PHILIP J. BERG, GO EXCEL GLOBAL, Lisa Liberi, LISA M. OSTELLA, THE LAW OFFICES OF PHILIP J. BERG. (Attachments: # 1 Memorandum Table of Contents, # 2 Memorandum, # 3 Proposed Order, # 4 Certificate of Service)(Berg, Philip) (Entered: 07/25/2011)
07/25/2011 311[RECAP] OPPOSITION to MOTION to Dismiss Case Pursuant to FRCP 12(b)(6) MOTION to Dismiss Case Pursuant to FRCP 12(b)(6) MOTION to Dismiss Case Pursuant to FRCP 12(b)(6) 280 Table of Contents; Memorandum of Points an Authorities; Proposed Order; and Certificate of Service filed by Plaintiffs PHILIP J. BERG, GO EXCEL GLOBAL, Lisa Liberi, LISA M. OSTELLA, THE LAW OFFICES OF PHILIP J. BERG. (Attachments: # 1 Memorandum Table of Contents, # 2 Memorandum, # 3 Proposed Order, # 4 Certificate of Service)(Berg, Philip) (Entered: 07/25/2011)

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Liberi, et al, Plaintiffs Resp. in Opp. To Taitz’sMTDfiled 07.11.2011
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Philip J. Berg, EsquirePennsylvania I.D. 9867
LAW OFFICES OF PHILIP J. BERG
555 Andorra Glen Court, Suite 12Lafayette Hill, PA 19444-2531Telephone: (610) 825-3134E-mail: philjberg@gmail.com
 Attorney in prose and for Plaintiffs
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA,SOUTHERN DIVISION
LISA LIBERI, et al, Plaintiffs,vs.ORLY TAITZ, et al,Defendants.::::::::::::::::::::CIVIL ACTION NUMBER:
8:11-cv-00485-AG (AJW)PLAINTIFFS RESPONSEINOPPOSITION TO DEFENDANT,ORLY TAITZ’SMOTION TODISMISS PURSUANT TO
FED. R.CIV. P.
12(b)(1) and 12(b)(6)
Date of Hearing: August15, 2011Time of Hearing: 10:00 a.m.Location: Courtroom 10D
COMES NOW
Plaintiffs, Philip J. Berg, Esquire [hereinafter at times“Berg”]; Lisa Ostella [hereinafter at times “Ostella”]; Lisa Liberi [hereinafter attimes “Liberi”]; Go Excel Global and Law Offices of Philip J. Bergby and throughtheir undersigned counsel, Philip J. Berg, Esquire and files the within ResponseinOpposition:Memorandum of Points and Authorities; and Declarationsof Dr.
 
Case 8:11-cv-00485-AG -AJW Document 311 Filed 07/25/11 Page 1 of 7 Page ID#:7176
 
Liberi, et al, Plaintiffs Resp. in Opp. To Taitz’sMTDfiled 07.11.2011
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Charles Edward Lincoln, III; and Plaintiffs Lisa Liberi and Lisa OstellainOpposition to Defendant, Orly Taitz [“Taitz”] Motion to Dismisspursuant to
 Fed. R. Civ. P.
12(b)(6). In support hereof, Plaintiffsaverthe following:1.It is Plaintiffs position that this Court lacks jurisdiction to entertainTaitz’sMotion to Dismiss Cause of Actions “1” through “4” and ”8” through “9”asthese are the same as the Cause of Actions in Plaintiffs original Complaint filedMay 4, 2009. Taitz, after filing her Motion to Dismiss, filed an Appeal of thisCourt’sJune 14, 2011 Order, which was the Court’sAnti-SLAPP ruling on OrlyTaitz’s Motion. These are the Causes of Actions Taitz’s Appeal of her Anti-SLAPP Motionpertain to.2.Defendant Orly Taitz through her attorney, Peter Cook, Esquire,should have filed to vacate their Motion to Dismiss pertaining to the Causes of Actions which are the same as in Plaintiffs original complaint, that Taitz filed anAnti-SLAPP to Dismiss that is now under Appeal.3.As this Court is aware, an Appeal divests this Court of jurisdiction onthe issues under Appeal. Thus,this Court lacks jurisdiction to entertain Taitz’sMotion toDismiss Plaintiffs First Amended Complaintas toCause of Actions “1”through “4”and “8” through “9”. For this reason, Plaintiffs have
not
addressedthese particular causes.
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Liberi, et al, Plaintiffs Resp. in Opp. To Taitz’sMTDfiled 07.11.2011
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4.It is also Plaintiffs position that Taitz’s Motion to Dismiss as to causeof action numbers“5” through “7” are also Stayed. Although Plaintiffs did
not
 plead separate causes for these issues, they were referenced and plead withPlaintiffs Invasion of Privacy claims in their original complaint filed May 4, 2009.Plaintiffs have touched upon these causes, outlined in Taitz’s Motion to Dismiss.5.If the Court determines it has jurisdiction to entertain Causes of Action“1”through “4”, “8”and “9”then Plaintiffs respectfully request this Courttoallow them to BriefTaitz’s Motion to Dismissas to these causes of action, asPlaintiffs First Amended Complaint properly pleads claims of actions for thesecause of actions.6.Jason Q. Marasigan, Counsel for Orly Taitz at the time soughtLeaveof Court to File an Anti-SLAPP Motion and Motion to Dismiss. This CourtDenied the filing of another Anti-SLAPP Motion as all issues had beenadjudicated; andGrantedDefendant Orly Taitz’sLeave to file a Motion to Dismiss pursuant to
 Fed. R. Civ. P.
12.7.Taitz through her new attorney, PeterCook, Esquire,filed Taitz’sMotion to Dismiss on July 11, 2011. Much of the argument in Taitz’sMotion toDismiss stems around the Anti-SLAPP statutes, which this Court clearly DeniedDefendant Orly Taitz to file. Moreover, much of the argument in Taitz’s Motionto Dismiss is based on Taitz’s assertions that her actions were of public importance
Case 8:11-cv-00485-AG -AJW Document 311 Filed 07/25/11 Page 3 of 7 Page ID#:7178

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