Griggs v. Kenworth of Montgomery, Inc. et al

Filing 97

ORDER DENYING 12 AND 22 MOTIONS to Change Venue and the 26 and 52 MOTIONS to Compel Arbitration without prejudice and with leave to reinstate, following resolution of def Arrow Truck Sales, Inc.'s pending motion to dismiss, as further set out in order. Signed by Honorable Judge Myron H. Thompson on 9/22/17. (Attachments: # 1 civil appeals checklist)(djy, )

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF ALABAMA, NORTHERN DIVISION ALTON R. GRIGGS, JR., ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) YUSEF BRINSON, ) ) Plaintiff-Intervenor, ) ) v. ) ) KENWORTH OF MONTGOMERY, ) INC., and ARROW TRUCK ) SALES, INC., a corporation, ) ) Defendants. ) CIVIL ACTION NO. 2:16cv406-MHT (WO) ORDER Now motions: pending before defendant the Kenworth court of are the following Montgomery, Inc.’s motion to change venue (doc. no. 12) filed on June 27, 2016; defendant Arrow Truck Sales, Inc.’s motion to change venue (doc. no. 22) filed on July 11, 2016; defendant Kenworth of Montgomery’s motion to compel arbitration (doc. no. 26) filed on July 18, 2016; and defendant Kenworth of Montgomery’s motion to compel intervenor Yusef Brinson’s claims to arbitration (doc. no. 52) filed on November 29, 2016. Also pending before the United States Magistrate Judge is Arrow’s motion to dismiss for lack of jurisdiction (doc. no. 58) filed on December 8, 2016. Arrow’s motion to dismiss came under submission on September 5, 2017, and resolution of that motion will affect the course of this litigation. Accordingly, upon consideration of the motions, and for good cause, it is ORDERED that the motions to change venue (doc. nos. 12 & 22) and the motions to compel without arbitration prejudice (doc. and nos. with 26 & 52) leave to are denied reinstate, following resolution of defendant Arrow Truck Sales, Inc.’s pending motion to dismiss. DONE, this the 22nd day of September, 2017. /s/ Myron H. Thompson UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE

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