A federal court in Nevada has dismissed a RCR A claim alleging that an automotive service facility contributed to contamination at a shopping center because third-party plaintiff failed to report to the court on soil sampling at the site. Voggenthaler v. Maryland Square, LLC, No. 08-1618 (D. Nev. 7/26/11). Maryland Square Shopping Center in Las Vegas impleaded Sears & Roebuck & Co., among others, as a third-party defendant in a lawsuit alleging that perchloroethylene from a dry cleaner contaminated groundwater in a nearby residential area. Maryland Square’s motion to compel soil testing on Sears’ property was granted, but Maryland Square failed to file updates with the court nor did it file an expert report after the date testing was to be completed. The court therefore granted Sears’ motion to dismiss without leave to amend.