Cahaba Forests, LLC v. Hay et al
ORDER directing that the defendant's 30 motion for partial summary judgment will be deemed submitted to this Court on October 28, 2011, without oral argument, as further set out; Affidavits, briefs, depositions, or other documents which Plaintiff wish to file in opposition to said motion shall be filed on or before October 21, 2011; Defendants shall have until October 28, 2011, to file any replies it wishes to file. Signed by Honorable Judge W. Harold Albritton, III on 9/30/11. (scn, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
CAHABA FORESTS, LLC,
MARY GEORGE EAST HAY, et al.,
) CIVIL ACTION NO. 3:11-cv-423-WHA
The Defendant’s Motion for Partial Summary Judgment (Doc. # 30), filed on September
29, 2011, will be deemed submitted to this Court on October 28, 2011, without oral argument. If
either party desires oral argument, such party should so notify the Court and opposing counsel by
October 28, 2011. If, after considering the parties’ submissions, the Court finds oral argument is
necessary, a hearing will be scheduled, and the parties will be notified of the date of the hearing.
Affidavits, briefs, depositions, or other documents which Plaintiff wish to file in
opposition to said motion shall be filed on or before October 21, 2011.
Defendants shall have until October 28, 2011, to file any replies it wishes to file.
If a document, including a deposition, is to be considered on the issue of summary
judgment, a party shall specifically designate which parts of the document are deemed relevant.
The designation of parts of depositions shall be by page and line numbers. No parts of
documents not so specifically designated will be considered.
DONE this 30th day of September, 2011.
/s/ W. Harold Albritton
W. HAROLD ALBRITTON
SENIOR UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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