Wells Fargo Motion for TRO against Moapa Tribal Court Denied

Here are the materials in Wells Fargo Advisors v. Kolhoss (D. Nev.):

DCT Order Denying TRO

Wells Fargo Complaint

Wells Fargo Motion for TRO

Moapa Tribal Court Order

Wells Fargo Motion to Dismiss — Moapa Tribal Court [corrected]

From the federal court order:

Plaintiffs initiate this declaratory relief action seeking to declare that the tribal court lacks jurisdiction because the Tribe has waived sovereign immunity and agreed to arbitration. Plaintiffs seek an ex parte emergency temporary restraining order to enjoin the tribal court from proceeding with a hearing scheduled for February 7, 2013. However, the Court denies Plaintiffs’ Motion because (1) the Motion does not comply with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 65 and the District of Nevada Local Rules; (2) Plaintiffs fail to demonstrate the existence of an emergency; and (3) Plaintiffs fail to demonstrate that they will suffer irreparable harm should the Court deny their Motion.

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5 Responses to Wells Fargo Motion for TRO against Moapa Tribal Court Denied

  1. Pingback: Wells Fargo Motion for TRO against Moapa Tribal Court Denied | Turtle Talk | Round House Talk

  2. Susan Aasen says:

    I am looking at the Wells Fargo pleadings today. The Motion to Dismiss is noted in the list. When I open it, the document is the Complaint. Can you send me the Motion to Dismiss? Miigwetch.

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