G&K Services Company v. Bill's Super Foods Inc
ORDER informing the parties that the trial previously set for 5/7/2012 must be continued. The Court is inclined to move this action to Little Rock for trial. The Court will give the parties to & including 4/16/2012 in which to advise this Court why this action should not be moved to Little Rock for trial. Signed by Judge Susan Webber Wright on 4/6/2012. (jct)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
G&K SERVICES, CO.,
BILL’S SUPER FOODS, INC. and
The Court informs the parties that this action must be continued from its current trial
setting of May 7, 2012, in Jonesboro, Arkansas, as this Judge has been assigned by the United
States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit to serve on a three-judge panel in a Voting Rights
Act case, Jeffers, et al., v. Beebe, et al., No. 2:12cv00016, that will be tried during the week of
May 7, 2012, in Helena, Arkansas. This Voting Rights Act case takes precedence over normal
The Court notes that this action was filed on March 27, 2008, and has been continued
several times.1 Because it will be some time before the Jonesboro courtroom will be available to
this Court, and given that this Court can schedule a trial in Little Rock, Arkansas sooner than in
Jonesboro, the Court advises the parties that it is inclined to move this action to Little Rock for
The parties agreed to participate in a settlement conference but one or both parties recently
advised the Court that they no longer desired to participate in a settlement conference.
trial. The Court will give the parties to and including April 16, 2012, in which to advise this
Court why this action should not be moved to Little Rock for trial.
IT IS SO ORDERED this 6th day of April 2012.
/s/Susan Webber Wright
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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