Fifth Circuit

Too Much Content without any Zeal, Says Fifth Circuit

In this particular Opinion, the McZeals’ seem overwhelmed in their brief and end up with a lot of content but no focus according to the Fifth panel.

STEWART, CARL E.

ELROD, JENNIFER W.

HIGGINSON, STEPHEN A.

In this particular Opinion, the McZeals’ seem overwhelmed in their brief and end up with a lot of content but no focus according to the Fifth panel.

“Plaintiffs Alfred McZeal, Frederic Gladle, Barbara Gladle, J. Lydia Hernandez, Eutimio Hernandez, Soledad Solano, Diemetrio Loya, and Jose Solano (“Plaintiffs”) appeal the district court’s dismissal with prejudice of their lawsuit. The district court concluded that Plaintiffs’ first amended complaint failed to state a claim upon which relief could be granted pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(6). We affirm. “

Panel consisted of: STEWART, Chief Judge, and ELROD and HIGGINSON

McZeal v Deutsche Bank

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