It could. Perhaps they’ve decided they have no case. Without seeing the motion, hard to say.
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When a Plaintiff files a Motion to Dismiss, the Plaintiff is asking the court to do just that, dismiss the case. It would be beneficial for you to retain counsel to ensure that the case is dismissed properly and, if applicable, dismissed with prejudice. Good luck.
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