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Sabre Int'l Sec. v. Torres Advanced Enter. Solutions, LLC

United States District Court, D. Columbia.

August 21, 2014

SABRE INTERNATIONAL SECURITY, Plaintiff,
v.
TORRES ADVANCED ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS, LLC, et al., Defendants

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For Sabre International Security, Plaintiff, Counter Defendant: Michael Allan Gordon, LEAD ATTORNEY, MICHAEL A. GORDON PLLC, Washington, DC; Tennant David Magee, LEAD ATTORNEY, MAGGS & MCDERMOTT, LLC, Brielle, NJ; Timothy B. Mills, LEAD ATTORNEY, MAGGS & MCDERMOTT, LLC, Washington, DC.

For Torres Advanced Enterprise Solutions, LLC, Defendant: Aseil Imad Abu Baker, LEAD ATTORNEY, CHARLSON BREDEHOFT COHEN & BROWN, Reston, VA; Elaine Charlson Bredehoft, Peter C. Cohen, LEAD ATTORNEYS, CHARLSON BREDEHOFT COHEN BROWN & SAKATA, P.C., Reston, VA.

For Jerry Torres, In his individual capacity, Defendant: Richard J. Conway, LEAD ATTORNEY, Erin Wilcox Burns, DICKSTEIN SHAPIRO LLP, Washington, DC.

For Scott Torres, In his individual capacity, Rebekah Dyer, In her individual capacity, Kathy Jones, In her individual capacity, Defendants: Patricia E. Bruce, Rodney Scott Caulkins, CAULKINS & BRUCE, PC, Arlington, VA.

For Torres Advanced Enterprise Solutions, LLC, Counter Claimant: Aseil Imad Abu Baker, LEAD ATTORNEY, CHARLSON BREDEHOFT COHEN & BROWN, Reston, VA; Elaine Charlson Bredehoft, CHARLSON BREDEHOFT COHEN BROWN & SAKATA, P.C., Reston, VA.

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MEMORANDUM ORDER

Gladys Kessler, United States District Judge.

Individual Defendants Jerry Torres, Scott Torres, Rebekah Dyer, and Kathryn Jones (collectively, the " Individual Defendants" ), have filed two Motions for Judgment on the Pleadings pursuant to Rule 12(c) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure [Dkt. Nos. 363 & 366]. On July 17, 2015, Sabre filed a single omnibus Opposition [Dkt. No. 368], and on July 28, 2014, the Individual Defendants filed their Replies [Dkt. Nos. 369 & 370].[1]

The Motions shall be granted in part and denied in part for the following reasons.

1. The factual and procedural background in this case has

been set forth in

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great detail in the Court's Memorandum Opinions of January 30, 2014 [Dkt. No. 288] and June 16, 2014 [Dkt. No. 359]. See generally Sabre Int'l Sec. v. Torres Advanced Enter. Solutions, LLC, No. 11-806, 13 F.Supp.3d 62, 2014 WL 341071 (D.D.C. Jan. 30, 2014) (" Sabre III" ), appeal dismissed, No. 14-7026, 2014 WL 1378771 (D.C. Cir. Apr. 3, 2014); Sabre Int'l Sec. v. Torres Advanced Enter. Solutions, LLC, No. 11-806, 2014 WL 3859164 (D.D.C. June 16, 2014) (" Sabre IV" ). Familiarity with these prior decisions is assumed.

2. Sabre International Security (" Sabre" ) is an Iraqi private security company. Torres Advanced Enterprise Solutions, LLC (" Torres" ) is an American private security company, of which the Individual Defendants are current and former officers. Between 2007 and 2010, Sabre and Torres partnered as prime contractor and subcontractor to perform security ...


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