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LIBERI v TAITZ (CDCA) - 542 - MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS - gov.uscourts.cacd.497989.542.0

LIBERI v TAITZ (CDCA) - 542 - MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS - gov.uscourts.cacd.497989.542.0

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06/12/2012 542 MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS by Judge Andrew J. Guilford: ORDER REGARDING PLAINTIFFS LETTER REQUEST SEEKING LEAVE TO AMEND. The Court DENIES the Request. (twdb) (Entered: 06/13/2012)
06/12/2012 542 MINUTE ORDER IN CHAMBERS by Judge Andrew J. Guilford: ORDER REGARDING PLAINTIFFS LETTER REQUEST SEEKING LEAVE TO AMEND. The Court DENIES the Request. (twdb) (Entered: 06/13/2012)

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTCENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL
Case No.
SACV 11-0485 AG (AJWx)
DateJune 12, 2012TitleLISA LIBERI, et al. v. ORLY TAITZ, et al.Present: TheHonorableANDREW J. GUILFORDLisa BredahlNot PresentDeputy ClerkCourt Reporter / RecorderTape No.Attorneys Present for Plaintiffs:Attorneys Present for Defendants:
Proceedings: [IN CHAMBERS] ORDER REGARDING PLAINTIFFS’LETTER REQUEST SEEKING LEAVE TO AMEND
At the end of 2011, Plaintiffs filed a request for leave to file a motion to amend the FirstAmended Complaint (“FAC”), seeking to reduce the size of the FAC. The Court deniedthe request, stating:Any such amendments should have been made long ago. This case hasbeen pending since May 2009. Trial is fast approaching in June 2012, andthere is at least one pending Motion to Dismiss based on the current FirstAmended Complaint (“FAC”), as well as eight filed Answers. While theFAC is unwieldy, the Court has already ruled that it is not per se deficient.The Court finds that filing a Second Amended Complaint at this late datewould delay rather than promote the efficient resolution of this case.Plaintiffs now, once again, seek leave to amend the FAC. On June 6, 2012, Plaintiffsfiled a Request (“Request”) for Leave to File a Motion to Amend the First AmendedComplaint, seeking to join IRBSearch, LLC, and to reduce the size of the FAC.The Court repeats its previous finding: any such amendments should have been made
CIVIL MINUTES - GENERAL
Page 1 of 2
Case 8:11-cv-00485-AG-AJW Document 542 Filed 06/12/12 Page 1 of 2 Page ID #:14787

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