In March of 1995, Chase moved for summary judgment on the section 10(b) claim and the state law claims against it. The proposed second amended complaint alleged that Black and the other Defendants defrauded the Additional Plaintiffs by engaging in schemes that were nearly identical to the schemes that the Defendants used to defraud the Plaintiffs. In support of the motion, the Additional Plaintiffs asserted that they had retained Moss to commence an action against the Defendants in 1990, at the same time that the Plaintiffs retained Moss to pursue their claims against the Defendants. This Court's jurisdiction is defined by statute and generally is limited to appeals from final judgments of the district court pursuant to 28 U. The district court's August 17th order did not dispose of all the Plaintiffs' claims against each of the Defendants.
Dettmer, New York City, Neil Friedkin, Lamendola & Friedkin, Great Neck, NY, of counsel), for Plaintiffs-Appellants. A., of counsel), for Defendant-Appellee Chase Manhattan Bank, N. (together, the “Plaintiffs”) commenced this action against defendants Bruce C. Accordingly, on April 29, 1991, the Plaintiffs filed an amended complaint (the “first amended complaint”), setting forth the same six causes of actions alleged in the original complaint. 15(a), to add Laurence Lo Scalzo, Constance Lo Scalzo, Kenneth Boklan, Dix Hills Equities Group, Inc., and Dix Hills Air (together, the “Additional Plaintiffs”) as parties. The Plaintiffs asserted that the Additional Plaintiffs had not been previously joined in the action due to a mistake by their attorney, Eric Moss. § 1291 and from certain interlocutory orders pursuant to 28 U. Under Rule 54(b), an order that “adjudicates fewer than all the claims or the rights and liabilities of fewer than all the parties” is not a final judgment unless the district court makes “an express determination that there is no just reason for delay and ․ an express direction for the entry of judgment.” “Strict adherence to the certification requirements of Rule 54(b) has been our consistent view.” In re Martin-Trigona, 763 F.2d 135, 139 (2d Cir.1985).
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She wants me to send money to buy one via her money transfer account.
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