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Thomas G. v. World Wide Association of Specialty Programs and Schools

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


December 30, 2011

THOMAS G. HOULAHAN, PLAINTIFF,
v.
WORLD WIDE ASSOCIATION OF SPECIALTY PROGRAMS AND SCHOOLS, A CORPORATION; FREEMAN WALL AIELLO, A PARTNERSHIP; KENNETH KAY, AN INDIVIDUAL; JAMES WALL, AN INDIVIDUAL; C.S. LANDRE FOUNDATION, A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION; AND LANCE LANDRE, AN INDIVIDUAL, DEFENDANTS

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Scullin, Senior Judge

ORDER

On December 30, 2011, Plaintiff and Defendants World Wide Association of Specialty Programs and Schools and Kenneth Kay (collectively "the World Wide Defendants") filed a joint motion to dismiss, with prejudice, Plaintiffs' claims against the World Wide Defendants pursuant to Rule 41(a)(2) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure because Plaintiff and the World Wide Defendants had reached an agreement to resolve all of Plaintiff's claims against the World Wide Defendants. See Dkt. No. 148. Furthermore, Plaintiff and the World Wide Defendants moved to have the Court deny as moot all pending motions between Plaintiff and the World Wide Defendants, including Plaintiff's motion for sanctions, if the Court granted their joint motion to dismiss Plaintiff's claims against the World Wide Defendants. See id.

After reviewing the entire record in this matter, the parties' submissions, and the applicable law, the Court hereby

ORDERS that the joint motion of Plaintiff and the World Wide Defendants to dismiss, with prejudice, all of Plaintiff's claims against Defendant World Wide Association of Specialty Programs and Schools and Defendant Kenneth Kay is GRANTED;*fn1 and the Court further

ORDERS that all of the pending motions between Plaintiff and Defendant World Wide Association of Specialty Programs and Schools and Defendant Kenneth Kay are DENIED as moot.

IT IS SO ORDERED.

Syracuse, New York


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