IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
February 2, 2010
PATRICIA SKONIECZNY, JAMES SKONIECZNY, NICOLETTE SKONIECZNY, BRENDA SKONIECZNY, ANNETTE KONARSKI, STANLEY KONARSKI, AND NICOLE KONARSKY PLAINTIFFS,
BOROUGH OF BADEN, JACK SPENCER ALSO KNOWN AS ALTON J. SPENCER, LYNN KATEKOVICH, ELIZABETH BUTERA, MEDICAL STAFFING ASSOCIATES, INC., KRISTA POURNARAS, KATERA'S KOVE, INC. DEFENDANTS
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Joy Flowers Conti United States District Judge
AND NOW, this 2nd day of February, 2010, upon review of plaintiffs' motion to amend the complaint (the "Motion") (Docket No. 68), the court finds the Motion lacks sufficient clarity for the court to assess each claim being added, with respect to: 1) which defendants that claim is brought against, 2) the elements of that claim, and 3) the factual allegations supporting those elements. This court on November 18, 2009 denied plaintiffs' prior motion to amend their complaint without prejudice and advised plaintiffs that any renewed motion must contain the detailed information noted in the previous sentence.
If plaintiffs wish to have a motion to amend considered by the court, plaintiffs must file a motion that specifies with clarity each claim being added, which defendants that claim is brought against, the elements of that claim, and the factual allegations in the proposed amended complaint which support that claim. Failure to comply with these requirements will result in any subsequent motion to amend the complaint being denied with prejudice.
It is ORDERED and DECREED that plaintiffs' Motion (Docket No. 68) is DENIED without prejudice.
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