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Dorsey v. Enter. Leasing

United States District Court, D. Columbia.

January 21, 2015

MICHAEL B. DORSEY, Plaintiff
v.
ENTERPRISE LEASING, et al., Defendants

MICHAEL B. DORSEY, Plaintiff, Pro se, Washington, DC.

For ENTERPRISE LEASING, Defendant: Edward Lee Isler, LEAD ATTORNEY, ISLER DARE P.C., Vienna, VA.

For EQUIFAX CREDIT REPORTING AGENCY, Defendant: Brian Robert Meiners, KING & SPALDING, LLP, Washington, DC.

For PNC BANK, Defendant: Joseph S. Ferretti, LEAD ATTORNEY, DUANE MORRIS, LLP, Washington, DC.

Page 246

MEMORANDUM OPINION

COLLEEN KOLLAR-KOTELLY, United States District Judge.

Before the Court is Plaintiff's [16] Motion for Judgment Against PNC Bank, Enterprise Rental and Equifax, filed on May 28, 2014.[1] In this motion, Plaintiff seeks a judgment against each of the three defendants, primarily arguing that each defendant failed to respond properly to Plaintiff's complaint. Because each of the three defendants properly responded to Plaintiffs complaint as allowed by the relevant rules and by this Court's previous orders, Plaintiff's Motion for Judgment is DENIED. The Court discusses each of these defendants in turn.

Timeline.[2]

A brief review of the timeline of filings in this case is instructive:

o On April 3, 2014, Plaintiff filed the underlying action in the D.C. Superior Court.
o On April 11, PNC Bank was served.
o On April 21, Equifax was served.
o On April 28, Plaintiff filed an Amended ...

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