DOLL v. ISAACS AND COHEN, LLCMEMORANDUM AND/OR OPINION RE: MOTION TO DISMISS. SIGNED BY THE HONORABLE GENE E.K. PRATTER ON 4/1/2020. 4/2/2020 ENTERED AND COPIES E-MAILED.E.D. Pa.Apr 2, 20201 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA KRISTIN DOLL, : Plaintiff : CIVIL ACTION : v. : : ISAACS AND COHEN, LLC, et al., : No. 19-5027 Defendants : M E M O R A N D U M PRATTER, J. APRIL 1, 2020 Kristin Doll, a citizen of Pennsylvania, alleges that while she was employed as a dental assistant at Isaacs & Cohen, LLC,1 a dental practice, Defendants created a hostile work environment leading to her constructive discharge. Ms. Doll brings claims against fellow Pennsylvania citizens exclusively under state statutory and common law. Because Ms. Doll cannot properly invoke federal question jurisdiction, diversity of citizenship, or supplemental jurisdiction, the Court dismisses this action for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. BACKGROUND Ms. Doll alleges that she was employed as a dental assistant at Isaacs & Cohen, LLC and First Class Dental PA, LLC.2 She alleges that Dr. Andrew Cohen, the owner of Isaacs & Cohen, LLC, subjected her to lewd and sexually suggestive conduct and comments. According to Ms. Doll, Mr. Cohen’s alleged conduct created a hostile work environment and eventually led to her constructive discharge. 1 In its motion to dismiss, Defendants assert that Isaacs and Cohen, LLC is a defunct limited liability corporation that ceased existence after Dr. Andrew Cohen’s former partner retired. 2 According to Ms. Doll, First Class Dental PA, LLC is a business organization operating “collectively with Issacs [sic] & Cohen.” Am. Compl. at ¶ 3 (Doc. No. 11).