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Salomondismissed Cooper's action in its entirety and imposed sanctions against him pursuant to Fed. We dismiss for lack of appellate jurisdiction that portion of the appeal dealing with sanctions, and we dismiss as moot that portion of the appeal dealing with the stay of discovery and denial of preliminary relief.
In all other respects we affirm the orders of the district court. The parties conceded at oral argument, and we now hold, that we lack jurisdiction to consider the imposition of sanctions under Fed.
We also hold that our lack of jurisdiction over the issue of sanctions does not taint our jurisdiction over other final decisions rendered in the case. Finally, we hold that we may exercise jurisdiction over the final decisions rendered even though no separate judgment has been entered by the clerk of the district court.
The district court had diversity jurisdiction over the case, pursuant to 28 U. The complaint alleged that Cooper furnished senior White House officials memoranda that saved Salomon from criminal indictment and that he was therefore entitled to compensation.
On November 10,Cooper amended his complaint amended complaint by adding a civil claim under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, 18 U. Following a warning from Judge Burns that he could be subject to sanctions if he failed to withdraw his amended complaint, Cooper instead filed an "ordered amendment" on December 16, supposedly curing the defects in his amended complaint.
On November 16,the court granted by endorsement Salomon's motion for a protective order staying discovery pending the disposition of Salomon's motion to dismiss. On November 18,the court granted Salomon's motions to set aside an erroneous default and to dismiss the original complaint. The court denied Cooper's motions 1 for entry of default judgment, 2 for sequestration of Salomon's assets, and 3 for an injunction prohibiting Salomon from filing for bankruptcy protection.
The court also denied other miscellaneous motions filed by Cooper. Finally, the court denied Salomon's motion for sanctions, but did so without prejudice to a later renewal of the motion.
On January 12,the court granted Salomon's motions to dismiss the amended complaint and for Rule 11 sanctions. Salomon was ordered to submit affidavits in support of its claim for reasonable attorney's fees.
Cooper's "ordered amendment" was deemed not to be part of the pleadings because he had not obtained leave of the court to file this second amendment to his original complaint.
Advertisement 8 Cooper filed two notices of appeal. The appeals were consolidated on March 18, No separate judgment has been entered in this case and Judge Burns has not yet calculated the amount of sanctions. However, an entry on the district court docket sheet, dated January 13,states that the case was closed.
Jurisdiction 9 The district court imposed Rule 11 sanctions on Cooper but has not yet reduced the liability to a sum certain. We hold that we lack jurisdiction to review the district court's determination of liability under Rule 11 before it has assessed the amount of the sanctions.General Case Narrative: Without admitting or denying any violation, Salomon Brothers Inc.
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